EXCLUSIVE: Natural News investigation finds Amazon.com shipping LONG EXPIRED superfoods: “Grape Fiber powder” expired in 2018, shipped as new in 2020

Thursday, January 9, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: Mike Adams
Wednesday, January 08, 2020

Just weeks after the Wall Street Journal published a damning investigation which found Amazon.com was selling literal dumpster trash as new food, a NaturalNews.com investigation has caught Amazon.com selling long expired, banged-up superfood supplements that look like they were reclaimed from trash dumpsters, too.

As part of our routine purchasing of superfoods and supplements for lab testing in the public interest, we recently purchased “MD.LIFE Grape Fiber Powder 100g” on January 4, 2020, for $13.99. We received the product on January 6, 2020.

The product, which sports a label that says it is from a company called “MD.LIFE” of West Palm Beach, FL, was packed in a black poly bag that was embossed with its expiration date. Shining a flashlight from the side, the embossed print can be easily read. It says:

BEST BY 08/08/18

That means the product expired in 2018, nearly 17 months ago, yet Amazon happily shipped the expired product to customers in 2020.

See the full photo of the actual product here, unaltered except for adding a red circle around the embossed expiration date:

The Rest…HERE

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