Nestle To Remove Artificial Flavors, Cut Sodium In Packaged Foods

Nestle, the world’s largest food and beverage company by revenue, announced this week that it will remove artificial flavors and 10 percent of the sodium from about 250 of its packaged foods sold in America, including Hot Pockets and DiGiornio frozen pizzas, by the end of 2015. The move also affects products under the Tombstone, California Pizza Kitchen, Jack’s and Lean Pockets brands – all among the best-selling brands of frozen pizza in the country.


Nestle will also start printing healthy eating advice on the packaging of these products that will “help educate consumers on choosing appropriate portion sizes and the importance of eating vegetables and fruits as part of a balanced plate,” read a company press release.

Source: Huffington Post

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