artificial additive


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an additive to food intended to improve its flavor or appearance or shelf-life

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SOS is free of artificial additives, has 3x the electrolytes of the average sports drink with just 1/6 the sugar.
The company is proud of the fact that its products are manufactured in the United Kingdom and the United States and have no artificial additives in them.
Laidbare, whose ranges of cleansers, toners, moisturisers are free from artificial additives, is a long-term supporter of the Sreepur Village Charity and pledges 10% of annual profits to the cause which aids destitute women and children in Bangladesh.
Changing patterns of behaviour in a child is not due to an allergy but even so, many parents will be relieved to hear that there's a move afoot to remove all artificial additives in commercially produced foods.
Nestle has removed artificial additives from all its confectionery lines in the UK and Ireland to steal a march on Kraft and Mars.
This can be credited in part to the 56 merchants and counting on the Etsy Earth team devoted to "an earth- and human-friendly vision" who are focused on creating goods that "reduce the presence of artificial additives, synthetic preservatives, harmful pesticides and toxic chemicals in our lives.
With oxygen gone, so is the need to laden the product with artificial additives or preservatives, common ingredients in most teas on the market today.
Naked means natural, so we don't have any artificial additives or preservatives in our pizzas.
Another possible reason for increasing brown bread intake is that consumers, who are against artificial additives and genetically modified food items, see brown bread as being more natural.
Natural Instinct has formulated a range of premium dog food recipes prepared with ingredients such as meat, bones, vegetables and fruit, with no artificial additives or preservatives.
Orthorexics usually rule out sugar, salt, caffeine, alcohol, wheat, gluten, yeast, soya, corn and dairy foods, as well as those in contact with pesticides, herbicides or artificial additives.
These all-natural mixes are made without preservatives and artificial additives, and are fun to make, eat, and share.
Only pure fruit is used and artificial additives are completely verboten.
The Food standards Agency (FSA) want ministers to ban six artificial additives which they believe are linked to hyperactivity in kids.
Fat content was the information which people took most notice of on labels followed by calories and saturated fat and artificial additives.