Tag Archives: Powdered

Dunkin’ Donuts To Phase Out Titanium Dioxide From Its Powdered Doughnuts

Dunkin’ Donuts has agreed to remove titanium dioxide from its doughnuts after two years of pressure from the non-profit advocacy group, As You Sow. Titanium dioxide is what Dunkin’ Donuts uses to make their powdered doughnuts white. A common whitener found in many processed foods, the FDA allows up to one-percent of the total ingredients to contain the substance without ...

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Powdered alcohol receives approval for sale in the US

The controversial powered-alcohol pioneer Palcohol has had its product approved for sale in the United States — properly this time. Palcohol came under a lot of criticism last year when it initially launched with a website promoting irresponsible uses of its product, a powder that you can mix with water to create an alcoholic drink. Even after cleaning up its website, Palcohol then ...

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