Lauri S. Scherer
Greenhaven Publishing LLC, Dec 28, 2012 - Young Adult Nonfiction - 120 pages
The ingredients found in food are increasingly on the minds of consumers. This collection of fact-based essays and personal accounts covers the contentious nature of artificial ingredients. Readers will learn about artificial sweeteners, food colorings, B.P.A., and the link between artificial ingredients and behavioral problems in kids. Essay sources include Center for Science in the Public Interest, Marion Nestle, Susan B. Roberts, and Lisa De Pasquale.
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