The fluorescent colors of Dunkin’ Donuts’ iconic sweets are taking on a new recipe. The company announced on Thursday that it is removing all artificial dyes from its doughnuts. In an announcement in March, the company said it was planning to eliminate all artificial coloring by the end of 2018. Instead, it decided to take on this challenge as a… Read more »
As part of a commitment to remove artificial flavors and colors from artificial sources from all of its cereals by the end of 2017, General Mills is releasing its first wave of new cereal recipes in the US, which includes Trix, Reese’s Puffs, Cocoa Puffs, Golden Grahams, Chocolate Cheerios, Frosted Cheerios and Fruity Cheerios.
After several of its competitors announced the elimination of artificial flavors and colors, Kellogg, the biggest breakfast cereal maker in the world, said it will completely eliminate the use of these products in their cereals and nutrition bars by 2018. The company with over 109 years of tradition with flagship brands like Corn Flakes and Rice Krispies, said that currently… Read more »
Consumer demand for clear and clean labels has suppliers offering natural and innovative alternatives. Maple syrup, nuts, honey, salt and a whiff of campfire smoke; it sounds like the items for a dinner prepared by pioneers of yore. Rather, these are trending flavors and ingredients for today’s premium chocolate and confections. It’s, like, forward into the past. So what’s making… Read more »
Following Panera Bread and Chipotle’s example, Yum! Brands announced plans to eliminate artificial flavors and food coloring in its restaurants Taco Bell and Pizza Hut. Taco Bell reported they will be replacing artificial ingredients with natural alternatives at the end of the year and seek to eliminate all artificial additives and preservatives by late 2017. In the case of Pizza… Read more »