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Answered 2012-08-17 21:05:53
AnswerThere is every possibility that at some point or another you have eaten a processed food that has a small amount of bat guano in it. You have also eaten parts of roaches, rat droppings, rat and other rodent hair, and goodness only knows what else. When unimaginably huge amounts of grain and other materials are being processed into food, it is impossible to eliminate all traces of these less than savory rogue condiments. There are limits to such tidbits that are allowable, and any reasonable person knows they are there ― but preferably they are not on your mind as you are eating. Whatever you do, DO NOT THINK about these mystery muchies the next time you are enjoying a big bowl of raisin bran. From the FDAThe Food and Drug Administration in the US has regulations on how much of these substances can be safely consumed by the public. Innocently enough, they call anything from foreign matter to infestation to mold a "defect." The FDA regulations are not specific to any brand like Doritos, so the closest category is potato chips. With potato chips, any "rot" present in less than 6% of pieces by weight is acceptable. They define rot to be plant decomposition due to mold or bacteria. Many of the regulations concern rodent and insect filth (hair, droppings) but not bat guano. The absence of bat guano regulations probably means bat guano is not prevalent enough in processed foods to concern the FDA.

See the related link below for the FDA's Defect Levels Handbook.

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