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Kraft Removes Artificial Preservative From Its Sandwich Cheese Slices

February 10, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Kraft announced it will remove sorbic acid, an FDA-approved artificial food preservative, from its Kraft Singles sandwich cheeses. The company is the latest to change a food product formula because of heightened scrutiny of food ingredient labels. Recently Subway said it would remove a chemical used in its bread to improve texture and shelf-life. The chemical – also FDA-approved – is found in yoga mats and shoe soles. Kraft will replace sorbic acid with natamycin, a natural mold inhibitor, in its Kraft Singles full-fat American and White American brands.
Candice Choi, "Kraft Singles to lose artificial preservatives", The Big Story, February 10, 2014, © Associated Press
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