Why are Europeans so Special?
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) met with two executives from Mars about the company’s use of artificial food dyes in M&M’s and other candies.
The good news is that Mars executives now know that more than 110,000 people care about artificial food dyes. Thanks to you, they are investigating this issue very closely. But despite the fact that the company is aware of the risks dyes pose to children, and even though the company is mostly using safe, natural colorings on M&M’s in Europe, the company told CSPI that it has no plans to abandon the use of the petroleum-based dyes.
If you’ve already signed Renee Shutters’ petition on Change.org calling on M&M’s, thank you. If not, please do so today.
But the most important thing you can do to put pressure on Mars is share this important petition on Facebook, Tweet about it, or simply share this post with all of your friends and co-workers who have loved ones.
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