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www.reference.com/food/sawdust-shredded-cheese-5ccb4661f04...

Shredded cheese contains an additive made from powdered wood pulp called cellulose. Cellulose is similar to sawdust in that they are both made from wood, but cellulose is created in a laboratory by chemically separating cellulose from wood or other plant material.

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Reminds me of Roman Meal putting sawdust in their bread to bulk it up…Tasty, tasty tree parts. 😛 I started noticing crap in shredded cheese when I was on the Atkin’s diet. I was incredulous to the fact that cheese had so many grams of carbs. Then I read the ingredients on my 100% cheese. Gag me with a spoon.

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Shredded Cheese (wood pulp) I was listening to the radio the other day and they were talking about the different fillers and liquids added to foods that we don’t know about. One of the things one caller said was that some shredded cheese has saw dust in it.

www.eater.com/2016/3/3/11153876/cheese-wood-pulp-cellulose...

That's the takeaway from last month's Bloomberg story detailing the use of cellulose (aka wood pulp) in shredded cheese products in the U.S. The use of fillers like cellulose is hotly contested ...

www.allthingsgd.com/2013/06/sawdust-free-shredded-cheese

Sawdust-Free Shredded Cheese June 28, 2013 By Dusty Rogers 27 Comments I first completed the Whole Living Challenge – a 30 day challenge of cutting out processed foods and beverages, sugar, dairy, gluten, caffeine, and alcohol in attempts to detoxify your body – back in 2011.

www.prevention.com/.../a20457107/31-foods-that-contain-sawdust

If you're buying grated cheese, you're eating sawdust—gasp! At least that's what countless news outlets have reported recently.All the hype and outrage comes on the heels of an FDA investigation ...

www.huffpost.com/entry/cheese-wood-pulp-cellulose-parmesan...

The FDA lets companies add cellulose to foods like shredded cheese because it prevents clumping and is harmless, organic matter. The official guideline allows cellulose to make up 2 to 4 percent of a product.

www.theguardian.com/.../parmesan-cheese-store-bought-wood-pulp

The grocery store parmesan cheese in the green-topped plastic container you shake over pasta dishes contains non-dairy filler ingredients like wood pulp, according to a report from Bloomberg. In ...

www.snopes.com/fact-check/wood-in-cheese

Castle Cheese was the recipient of a FDA warning letter dated 11 July 2013, and the mention of cellulose had to do with possible labeling inconsistencies, not wood in cheese: 3.

www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-02-16/the-parmesan...

Bloomberg News had store-bought grated cheese tested for wood-pulp content by an independent laboratory. Cellulose is a safe additive, and an acceptable level is 2 percent to 4 percent, according ...