First-ever study reveals amounts of food dyes in brand-name foods
from Center for Science in the Public Interest
Many studies have shown that food dyes can impair children's behavior, but until now the amounts of dyes in packaged foods has been a secret. New research by Purdue University scientists, published in the journal Clinical Pediatrics, reports on the dye content of scores of breakfast cereals, candies, baked goods and other foods.
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