Nearly four years after a study showed that chemicals believed to cause health problems in children and reproductive issues in adults were found in mass-market macaroni and cheese packets, General
Mills’ Annie’s Homegrown brand says it will purge them from its macaroni and cheese. “Annie’s, known by its cute bunny logo, disclosed its move in a statement on its
website,” per The New York Times.
Health advocates applauded General Mills for taking this step with Annie’s, one of its signature brands.
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