I'm not a candy eater but have seen the effects on children produced by the chemicals ..Hyperactivity ,allergies , etc. So thanks to Nestle's
I don't know if this will extend to US products too.
The EU is afflicted by a seriously-ill-conceived piece of legislation called Registration, Evaluation, and Authorization of CHemicals. It has a lot of companies scrambling to figure out some public cover, some way to put a positive spin on it.
The fact that something is "natural" does not make it good. They mentioned the difficulty of finding a natural blue dye. It's not hard to find a natural blue dye... just one the isn't poisonous or a major allergen. But there are practical artificial blue dyes that are widely considered safe. "Natural" chemicals are chemicals with all of the same implications that "artificial" chemicals have. "Natural" is not necessarily better.
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