When Eliminating Sugar Is Not Enough – Tina’s Synthetic Food Coloring Story

I am stay at home mom to my 3-year-old son, Logan.  We live in Tampa, Florida and enjoy swimming, trips to the park, and spending my husband’s days off lost in the magic of Disney. The prologue to our story begins with growing up in a fast paced urban city.  It’s no NYC, but with […]

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Just One Mom – Guest Post by Jenn G.

Jenn and her husband live in Northern Kentucky, and have two young kids: a 3-year-old son and 6-month-old daughter.  Last summer they began noticing behavioral changes in their son and started looking for answers.  They are now dye-free and their son is back to his energetic, fun loving, curious ways.  Her story is so similar […]

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Demand Dye-Free Choices For Children’s Healthcare Products!

NOTE: This post is about a previous closed petition from 2013. The newest petition can be signed here. After Kraft’s April Fool’s Day decision to continue use of synthetic dyes in its macaroni and cheese meals marketed to American children, I started thinking about other products specifically made for children that could use a dye-free […]

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How We Navigated The School Thanksgiving Luncheon Without Food Additives

We got the memo and order form for the school’s Thanksgiving luncheon a little while back.  The choices were:  “No, my child will not be participating” or “Yes” and then a space for the number of parents and kids coming, along with the price.  I wanted my daughter to participate, but with our food sensitivities, […]

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The Struggles Of Rylie – Guest Post By Michele M.

Hi, my name is Michele and I am the mother of Rylie. We live in a small city in South Central Ohio. Rylie is nine and has had three years of hell that I have now attributed to artificial dyes!!! Our story starts three years ago this month.  Rylie started coming home from school complaining […]

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What A Difference A Year Makes – Guest Post By Stacey

Stacey is mother to two lovely daughters, ages six and three.  She works full-time in finance and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.  She never thought this would ever be the case, but her favorite hobby is now cooking. School started last week.  My daughter’s first grade teacher asked parents to write her a […]

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