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The other day a friend dropped a five-gallon bucket of organic soybeans off at my house. The container was dated as being sealed 1/24/84. In other words, these soybeans are over 30 years old. Now being that old does not automatically make this a food storage failure.
As soon as I took a good look at the bucket, I knew there was a problem. The bucket had a label on it showing that it had held dryvit Quarzputz finish. This is a product that is still manufactured and is a 100% acrylic based coating that is used for wall coverings.
A couple of minute’s research on the inernet found the material safety data sheet on this product, which states the following. …Read More...