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Nestlé announced that it will remove artificial colors and flavors from its chocolate candies by the end of 2015, noting this is an important issue to consumers. But why are artificial colors and flavors believed to be so bad, and how wary of them should we really be?
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Consumers Union calls on government to set stronger regulations for caramel color in food and beverages YONKERS, N.Y., Jan.
The Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO) has created a new guide for field inspectors to help them ensure that imported foods are safe for consumers. York,
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When University of Maryland psychologist Andrea Chronis-Tuscano testified before a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hearing last March, it changed her mind about possible risks of artificial food coloring for children, and drove her to look more closely at the products in her own pantry that she feeds her kids.
The United States Food and Drug Administration (â€œFDAâ€) is cracking down on food imports with illegal or undeclared color additives and is adding new firms to Import Alert 45-02, "Detention Without Physical Examination and Guidance of Foods Containing Illegal and/or Undeclared Colors" (â€œIA 45-02â€).
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