It’s being called the “Skittle Law” by some in California, which is still controversial and outlaws red dye 3. It was initially to ban five dangerous substances from food, but titanium dioxide was ultimately allowed.Continue Reading The debate has not ended law over ‘Skittle Law’ after California governor signs ban
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By Scott Faber
Anyone who cares about the safety of our food wishes that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had the resources to protect consumers from dangerous food chemicals like those…Continue Reading Gov. Newsom shouldn’t wait for the FDA
What if California laid down some new deadlines for taking food safety measures the rest of the country has pretty much been ignoring? Would others begin to impose the same restrictions?
That’s a question raised…Continue Reading Bill to ban toxics in California looking to gain some traction