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Panera’s New “Food Policy” Eliminates All Artificial Additives From Menu By 2016

June 3, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
St. Louis, Mo.-based Panera Bread – “on a mission to help fix a broken food system” – announced plans to completely eliminate artificial food additives from its menu by the end of 2016. Adopting a new “food policy” of providing only “clean foods” to its customers, the company said it will remove colors, flavors, sweeteners and preservatives over the next couple of years. The company has already cut trans fats from the menu and only serves meat products from animals raised without antibiotics.
Russ Britt , "Panera to cut artificial additives from menu. ", MarketWatch/Bloomberg, June 03, 2014, © MarketWatch/Bloomberg
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