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Can Radical Transparency Fix Global Supply Chains And Slow Climate Change?
Writer, Reporter, Pragmatic Tree-Hugger
Artificial Colors Being Removed From M&Ms, Skittles, Starburst And More
Pink Starburst may be even better soon.
Why Food Safety Matters
President and CEO of United States and Canada for the Swiss-ba...
Eating local, urban farming, clean labels, ethical sourcing, natural ingredients and concerns about quality, additives and preservatives motivate consumers to seek supply chain transparency.
Halloween Warning: Watch Out for Neurotoxic Artificial Food Dyes in M&M's Candies
Michael F. Jacobson
Executive Director, Center for Science in the Public Interest
Mars is one of many companies that use natural colorings in products they market in Europe but artificial dyes to color the same products in the United States. M&M's candies contain mostly natural dyes in Europe but feature Red 40, Yellow 5 and 6, and Blue 1 and 2 in the U.S. version.
How World War II Changed Everything -- Even Our Taste for Candy
New-York Historical Society president
Legend has it that Forrest Mars got the idea for M&M'S in the 1930s, during the Spanish Civil War (1936-39), when he saw soldiers eating chocolate pellets with a hard shell of tempered chocolate.
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Mars Wants Sustainable Cocoa Certification to Include Productivity
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