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Unpacking the Impact: What State Color and Food Additive Bans Mean for Your Products

California's AB 418 bans certain additives, prompting similar proposals in other states. This regulatory shift challenges the food industry, requiring complex reformulations. Our on-demand webinar explores these changes and preparation strategies.

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California’s adoption of AB 418 to prohibit Brominated Vegetable Oil, Potassium Bromate, Propylparaben and Red Dye 3 has led other U.S. states to follow with their own proposals for color and food additive bans. This growing patchwork of state and federal regulations will create significant challenges for the food industry. Companies will need to be swift and strategic if product reformulation is required, but this can be a time-consuming and complex process.

Join our on-demand webinar for a deep dive into state color and food additive bans and gain an expert perspective on how these changes will impact food companies.

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