DON'T Be Another Victim of These Additives!

Delaney amendment prevents the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from authorizing the use of food additives linked to cancer. However, many of them are still in use because they were approved before the year of 1958 when the amendment was passed. In October 2018, the FDA insisted that six carcinogenic additives "do not pose a risk to public health" and turned down various petitions due to lack of financial support. Eventually, the FDA agreed to discontinue the use of them due to the enormous pressure from numerous petitions and lawsuits filed by many advocacy organizations. Food companies are given to at least two years to remove the six additives, but consumers are still purchasing products in existence.

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