Papa John's Spending $100 Mil to Remove Artificial Ingredients

Following companies like Panera and General Mills who recently announced plans on eliminating artificial ingredients, Papa John’s plans to spend about $100 million a year to remove the chemicals and additives from its menus, according to a Bloomberg report.

The pizza franchise, which removed monosodium glutamate, or MSG, from its ranch dressing last year and pulled trans fats from its garlic sauce, 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, the report said.

The ingredients are mostly in the chain’s dipping sauces,

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