BVO

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BVOBrominated Vegetable Oil
BVOBuyer Value Option
BVOBranch Vein Occlusion
BVOBeach Volleyball Online (gaming)
BVOBlack Vinyl Overboot
BVOBall Valve Operator (oil drilling)
BVOBeton-Vertrieb-Ost GmbH (German: Concrete Sales East GmbH)
BVOBouquet Véhicules Occasion (French used car dealer)
BVOBleach versus One Piece (gaming)
BVOBartlesville, Oklahoma, USA - Bartlesville Municipal Airport
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A Mississippi teenager had filed a petition on Change.org questioning the use of brominated vegetable oil in a drink marketed toward health-conscious athletes which prompted the company to drop it from its list of ingredients, News.com.au reported.
She is a girl who is makingl a difference for consumers like her by pushing PepsiCo to take brominated vegetable oil out of Gatorade.
Listed on the label was brominated vegetable oil (BVO), a synthetic flame-retardant chemical that if built up over time may cause toxic effects and could lead to problems with fertility, hormones, and brain development in children, among other issues.
In January 2013, PepsiCo announced that it will remove the emulsifier brominated vegetable oil (BVO) from Gatorade.
He reportedly ingested eight liters a day of the soft drink Ruby Red Squirt, which contains brominated vegetable oil as an emulsifier and flavoring agent.
One of the petitions recently gaining attention was by a 15-year-old Hattiesburg, Miss., girl asking Pepsi to consider removing brominated vegetable oil from its drinks, including Gatorade.