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 […]

Winners And Losers Of Food Coloring: August And September 2012

I originally published this compilation feature once a month because it seemed about right for the amount of food dye related content I could find last Spring.  But things are really ramping up in the food dye news this year.  I’m happy to see more attention for this issue in the news and blogs, but […]

Winners And Losers Of Food Coloring: June 2012

This monthly feature will appear here on the blog every third Thursday.  It’s a list of people, companies, and even countries who deserve a shout-out for either their good deeds or their ridiculous antics.  I list what catches my eye when I find it, so some of these may be old news.  Check out my […]

Pets Peeved: Sneaky Additives In Pet Foods

People dye their white dogs various colors…I don’t know why…It kind of freaks me out, like Rob Corddry in clown makeup.  All I ask is, if you’re gonna freshen up Fifi’s look for the season, please use natural, non-petroleum dyes. I recently found out that some of us well-meaning pet owners are unknowingly dying our […]

Petrol Peas: Food Coloring Hidden In Shelf Staples

Remember when everyone was talking about using vegetables to run cars a few years back?  Well, they didn’t realize how close we already were in this country to making that dream come true.  The technology was always readily available, cheap, and neatly packaged – in the canned vegetable aisle of the grocery store, and in […]

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