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Both Coke and Pepsi have recently stopped using brominated vegetable oil in their beverages, Starbucks agreed to ditch a red dye made of crushed insects, and Kraft pledged to replace the artificial dyes in its macaroni and cheese.
org/foodscores), compiled largely from information supplied by food companies through voluntary and mandatory labeling, combined with the group's research on pesticides and additives, allows consumers to find information like how many products contain brominated vegetable oil as an ingredient or whether a specific product contains added dyes and preservatives.
Sarah Kavanagh from Mississippi went to get a sports drink from the fridge and saw an ingredient on the label she didn't like the sound of - brominated vegetable oil.
Which beverage maker has announced plans to remove brominated vegetable oil from some of its drinks brands?
The ingredient, called brominated vegetable oil (BVO), had been the target of petitions on Change.
org questioning the use of brominated vegetable oil in a drink marketed toward health-conscious athletes which prompted the company to drop it from its list of ingredients, News.
Listed on the label was brominated vegetable oil (BVO), a synthetic flame-retardant chemical that if built up over time may cause toxic effects and could lead to problems with fertility, hormones, and brain development in children, among other issues.
girl asking Pepsi to consider removing brominated vegetable oil from its drinks, including Gatorade.