A few days ago, Kraft announced it will remove harmful artificial dyes — Yellow No. 5 and 6 — from its character-shaped mac and cheese. Good news. Is it enough?
Those M&M’s in your kids’ Halloween buckets contain food dyes linked to cancer and ADHD — colorings banned in many countries — not the U.S. Take action!
According to a recent email from the Feingold Association of the United States, Laughing Cow Mini Babybel Mild Cheddar suggests that Laughing Cow “was unable to be sure if the dye [ … ]
I did a bit of research and found five reasons we should encourage our kids (and ourselves) to avoid artificial food colorings.