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Talc used to be used to in the process of milling rice, and apparently still is in some cases outside of the US. But since the primary point of milling rice is to remove the endosperm resulting in white rice, I don't really think it's an issue for brown rice, though there's still the fact of removing the outer husk. In any case, I don't think any of this is a problem for rice in the US, and most rice in general even if it is international. I think if there is talc, it...
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