“Kellogg Agrees to Change Labeling on Kashi Line”

From Stephanie Strom at the New York Times:

The Kellogg Company, maker of some of the country’s most familiar breakfast cereals, said on Thursday that it had agreed to drop the terms “all natural” and “nothing artificial” from some products in its Kashi line as part of a settlement agreement ending a class-action lawsuit.

Plaintiffs in the lawsuit, filed in 2011 in California, said the company used those terms on Kashi products that contained ingredients like pyridoxine hydrochloride, calcium pantothenate and soy oil processed using hexane, a component of gasoline.

Good idea.

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