What’s the safest protein bars?
Healthier protein bars, which have been widely marketed as safe, have been banned in the US following a series of deaths.
The new rules apply to all bars marketed in the United States, but they will only apply to bars sold in Canada and Mexico.
The American Beverage Association said the ban was necessary to protect consumers from the dangers of caffeine.
It’s not just caffeine, however, that is banned.
The association also banned foods that contain yeast and that are used in yeast bread, including baguette, french fries and cheese, but not coffee or tea.
The association said that these restrictions would prevent food manufacturers from adding ingredients that may not be safe.
“This is not a ban on food, this is a ban of bad food,” the association’s chief marketing officer, David DeSantis, told the BBC.
“If it turns out that it is safe for us to make some of those foods, that’s fine.
It’s just one of those things where we have to be very cautious about where we put our focus.”
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