Big news from Nestle. What is M&M's waiting for?
Feb 18, 2015 — Hello! It's been a while, but we're still working hard to get artificial dyes out of M&M's candies. The Center for Science In the Public Interest has met with the company since the petition launched and continue to work for this change.
I want to share big news with you all about Nestle. This big competitor to Mars (the company that makes M&M's), just announced it will remove artificial dyes from its candies by the end of 2015! That's right -- Nestle will remove artificial colors and flavors from Butterfinger, Baby Ruth, and Crunch by the end of the year. This is a big victory because consumers like you are telling the food industry that you don't want these artificial ingredients!
Seeing a competitor make these changes means the pressure is now really on Mars to take artificial colors out of M&M's candies!
Please take one minute to take action:
1- Tweet. Click here --> http://ctt.ec/K4O9s
2- Call. Please call Mars and tell them to take artificial dyes out of M&M's.
(703) 821-4900 during east coast business hours.
Easter is coming up, so I'll share more ideas soon.
PS - For more info about Nestle's decision http://money.cnn.com/2015/02/18/news/companies/nestle-artificial-flavor-color/
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