The bad news is many consumers have been eating some questionable – or at least unpronounceable – ingredients for years. The good news is, as consumers become more aware of what’s in their food and more vehement that the food industry make changes, many of those ingredients are getting the heave-ho.
Here’s a sampling of some of the recent changes:
Subway has not provided a timeline of when it expects the ingredient to be out of its supply chain.
Kraft said in October that it would remove artificial dyes from three varieties of macaroni and cheese that come in kid-friendly shapes. The company said the decision wasn’t a response to a petition by Hari that had requested it stop using artificial dyes.