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Do Wood Pellets Contain Chemicals? Food Safe Brands

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Wood pellets are becoming a wide-spread fuel source for people’s smoker grills, stoves and heaters, and many other appliances.

But, do wood pellets contain chemicals?

If made per industry standards, by compressing only sawdust, woodchips, and whole trees, wood pellets don’t contain any chemicals and generally are not toxic.

If made per industry standards, by compressing only sawdust, woodchips, and whole trees, wood pellets don’t contain any chemicals and generally are not toxic.

Other Hazards

Apart from the mentioned dangers, which can both be easily avoided, there is one other hazard.

Wood pellets are made to be highly flammable; this means that even a small spark can set them off.

So, make sure you store them properly and avoid contact with any ignition sources, which will help lessen the fire hazard. Putting them in a cool and dry place, away from your main living area and kitchen, is the best way to go.

In Conclusion

Yes, branded food-grade pellets can be expensive, but if you want to ensure no chemicals are seeping into your food and your lungs, the risks with purchasing cheap pellets should outweigh the pricing.

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Source: Back Yard Alpha

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