In kitchens across the country, artificial food dyes can be found in everything from packaged macaroni and cheese to breakfast cereal to practically every piece of candy your child has ever put in her mouth.
Artificial food dyes have been linked to hyperactivity in kids (ADHD), cancer and serious food allergies, and GUESS WHAT? Due to enormous consumer pressure, large manufacturers like Kraft Foods voluntarily removed these artificial food dyes from products they sell in other countries, but not from the same products they sell in the US!
If they can make that cheesy mac your kids love without using these artificial petroleum-derived dyes for other countries, then why not for our kids?
Kraft Foods is the largest confectionery, food, and beverage corporation headquartered in the United States and they own dozens of other brands including Jell-O, Nabisco and Oscar Mayer. If we can get Kraft Foods to change its practices - we can change the entire food industry!
Let's demand that Kraft Foods clean up its US act, and remove risky artificial food dyes from their products.