Valentine’s Day 24-Hour T-Shirt SALE

I’ve got a few t-shirts left so I thought I’d thank you guys for your continued support.  Snag your new DFD shirt now through 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time tomorrow, February 14th, for just $9.99 plus shipping.  This deal is for youth AND adult sizes.  Orders will be shipped early next week.  Cart linkies and sizing info […]

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 […]

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 […]

DIY Dye-Free Easter: Eggs, Natural Food Coloring, and Pesticide-Free Peeps

This Spring kicks off our family’s second Easter celebration sans “PAAS” egg dyes (“Petroleum Augmented Allurement System”, as I call it).  I wanted to open this post with a skippy sounding “Happy Spring!” but I just could not bring myself to do it, as I’m currently in pollen hell.  (Yes, I just typed that word […]

Wishing For A Naturally Green St. Paddy’s day? You’re In Luck!

Here we are just weeks after Valentine’s Day and winter holidays, and food coloring is yet again filling store “seasonal” aisles the world over.  If it’s not an opportunity to be Irish for a day, then it’s Easter.  Any excuse to eat candy, really (just ask Eddie Izzard).  It is with a heavy heart, a […]

Winners And Losers Of Food Coloring: October 2012

This month, the winners and losers of food coloring sort of evened out – despite the fact that it’s possibly the most dye-drenched month of the year.  A huge majority of the dye-related content I found online was just recipes for making creepy treats that resemble eyeballs, guts, and brains.  Those can all be made […]

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