FDA Banned 7 Artificial Flavors Commonly Found in Kids' Food

The FDA banned the use of seven flavorings that are shown to cause cancer.

The FDA has officially forbidden the use of seven artificial flavorings commonly found in children's food.

This was done because food safety experts and environmentalists provided data showing that these substances caused cancer in lab animals.

These flavorings are commonly used in products to simulate mint, cinnamon, and citrus. They are most commonly found in candy, carbonated beverages, and ice cream.

The FDA is required to ban substances that cause cancer in any amount, CNN reported.

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Colleen Leidner

Colleen Leidner

Colleen Leidner is a student, writer & editor. When she's not frantically studying, she enjoys reading, being with her friends, and writing stories. A soccer mom to her five younger siblings, she lives in Stuart, FL, and aspires to write the next Great American Novel.

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