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No place in the food-chain

C'mon, food colors, unless natural, don't belong in out food-chain. And if natural colors are going to be used, use them only in confectionary products.

Leave our food alone please! We want real food, not man-made junk.

Posted by Leek
14 February 2013 | 17h02

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