The clean label mission sounds straightforward enough: Simply remove artificial additives until you’re left with a short list of recognizable ingredients. For millennia, bakers successfully turned out loaves of bread without the aid of calcium propionate. Seems that we should be able to do the same?
While eliminating artificial food dyes is simple—and industry has made progress on removing other additives, too—food manufacturers are having a harder time replacing som
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