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Apeel Sciences Hides 99.34% of Ingredients for Organipeel in EPA Filing

After this article on Substack was written back in April, many around the world are now talking about the company Apeel Sciences, their financial ties by Bill Gates and the dangerous chemicals that they are using to coat even organic fruits and vegetables.

Pharmacist Layne Kilpatrick did some more digging and revealed that the EPA lists Apeel's Organipeel as a pesticide, despite the fact that it is made to go on organic produce. Additionally, the ingredient list is rather cryptic and deceitful for those that care about what is going in their body on what is supposed to be organic produce.

Here's the transcript of the video that you can watch below:

So one of the biggest mysteries in the organic produce world right now is how did the new Apeel coating with financial backing from Bill Gates get approved for use on organic produce? You’ll see these Apeel stickers on lots of produce items now. It means the produce has a coating on it that seals it up tight against anything getting in or out, preserves it longer, like the introduction of the refrigerator. Great, but what’s in this coating? Well, it seems to be shrouded in mystery.

The product intended to be organic, listed as Organipeel, is registered with the EPA as a pesticide with a rather short and cryptic ingredient list. Active ingredient, citric acid at .66%. Other ingredients, not named, 99.34%. That’s 100%. Great, it’s all accounted for. Maybe it’s listed that way because citric acid could qualify as organic if it’s not from a synthetic source, but what about the other 99.34%? Because I’m supposed to eat this coating.

Oh, and get this, the EPA requires this caution on the label. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating. The certificate the Organic Material Review Institute issued to it that approved its use on organics lists it as a fungicide with no ingredients specified. Hmm, I’m not sure what that’s based on, but this is starting to smell. It reeks of influence-peddling, and the antiseptic for that smell is always sunlight with a liberal splash of transparency. I don’t know about you, but I’m finding Apeel rather unappealing. I don’t think I’ll dip my produce in this.

You can't even trust organic produce anymore, thanks to Bill Gates. This is why it's even more important than ever to be very intentional about what is going in your body through the foods, drinks and even supplements and pharmaceutical drugs. You can also start taking Pure Body Extra, which is a zeolite product that detoxes the heavy metals and toxins from your body. Click here to get $50 off your first order today.



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