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Amounts in Some Foods Exceed Levels Used in Many Tests of Dyes' Impact on Children’s Behavior
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Dyes Called "Secret Shame" of Food Industry and Regulators
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Little Debbie Swiss Rolls Use Yellow, Red, and Blue Dyes to Make ‘Chocolate’ Cake
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Cancer, Hyperactivity, Allergic Reactions
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Watchdog Group Wants Ban on Yellow 5, Red 40, and Other Artificial Food Dyes Linked to Hyperactivity, Behavior Problems
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In Europe, Most of the Colorings in M&M's are Natural
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Parents' Comments about their Children's Sensitivity to Food Dyes

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100,000 People Sign Change.org Petition Urging Mars to Scrap Dyes, Linked to Hyperactivity in Children
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School Foods in Particular Should be Free of Controversial Colorings, Says CSPI
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Products with Yellow 5, Red 40, Other Dyes “May Have an Adverse Effect on Activity and Attention in Children”
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Statement of CSPI Executive Director Michael F. Jacobson
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Statement of CSPI Executive Director Michael F. Jacobson
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Red 40, Yellow 5, and Other Dyes Cause Hyperactivity and Other Behavioral Problems in Children
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Change.org Petition Asks Mars to Use Natural Colorings for M&M's
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Proposed Warning Labels Are Needed to Inform Parents that Food Dyes Cause Behavioral Problems in Children

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Tell Jel Sert to remove food dyes from Pop Ices!

Synthetic food dyes can trigger hyperactivity and other behaviors in some kids. Urge the maker of Pop Ice and Fla-Vor-Ice to drop dyes from ice pops.

Urge the FDA to ban food dyes!

We, the undersigned citizens, strongly urge the Food and Drug Administration to ban synthetic dyes from food and beverages given the substantial evidence that the dyes harm susceptible children.

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Statement of CSPI Executive Director Michael F. Jacobson

Tell Little Debbie to ditch food dyes!

Little Debbie Swiss Rolls are brown and white, but contain enough yellow, red, and blue dyes in just one serving to trigger hyperactivity in susceptible kids. Tell the company to get rid of the dyes.