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Michelle Pedersen has been named senior associate of customer service and internal sales for Aurochemicals.
A consumer in the Northern District of California files a suit against Capri Sun saying: “Simply put, the products are not 'all natural' because they contain unnatural ingredients."
The company is looking at a list of 14 ingredients, including corn syrup, artificial colors and various preservatives, that will be banished by the end of 2016, a Bloomberg report said.
General Mills plans to have more than 90% of its cereals free of artificial flavors and colors from artificial sources by the end of 2016.
The FDA has set a compliance period of three years.
Petition urges the banning of eight synthetic flavorings used for more than 40 years in the industry—which may be found in ice cream, baked goods, candy and beverages.
This statement follows an article about FEMA by the Center for Public Integrity which quoted Susan Schiffman, an adjunct professor at North Carolina State University, as saying “It’s not transparent."
A group of 167 scientists, about half of whom are joining EFSA for the first time, will start their three-year term on July 1, 2015.
Tropicana said it found the combination of calcium lactate and hydroxyapatite in particular amounts has a “surprisingly good” taste.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) are recommending reduced sugar and salt consumption as well as front-of-package food labels on all food and beverage products.