artificial colors

Healthy Living
"We know people want to feel good about the foods they eat."
Business
So long, artificial colors and flavors!
Environment
In February, Nestle became the first major candy manufacturer in the U.S. to pledge to remove artificial flavors and colors
Wellness
Mars is one of many companies that use natural colorings in products they market in Europe but artificial dyes to color the same products in the United States. M&M's candies contain mostly natural dyes in Europe but feature Red 40, Yellow 5 and 6, and Blue 1 and 2 in the U.S. version.
Food
The American Dietetic Association announced yesterday that it has inked a partnership with Hershey Company. The exact sum of the sponsorship was not disclosed.
Wellness
Whether it's Danimals, a sugary cereal, or glow in the dark Mac 'n Cheese -- think about the real reason you bought these items. Is it because your children really need them? Or because of the clever packaging.