Wednesday, June 30, 2010

CSPI Says Food Dyes Pose Rainbow of Risks ~ Newsroom ~ News from CSPI ~ Center for Science in the Public Interest

WASHINGTON—Food dyes—used in everything from M&Ms to Manischewitz Matzo Balls to Kraft salad dressings—pose risks of cancer, hyperactivity in children, and allergies, and should be banned, according to a new report by the Center for Science in the Public Interest. A top government scientist agrees, and says that food dyes present unnecessary risks to the public.  Read More

1 comment:

The Bad Yogi said...

Sorry, I won't buy into anything that those self-referential food police say. They may be right (although i doubt it), but it'll have to come from someone else as well to get any traction over here.