FDA urged to remove synthetic dyes from food

The Center for Science in the Public Interest has asked America’s parents for help in its campaign to convince FDA that synthetic dyes do not belong in food, especially those consumed by children. Consumption of food dyes has increased five-fold over the past 30 years, according to FDA data. In the past years, two British studies have found products liability consequences in food dyes in that consumption impairs the behavior of many children.

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