Tell the FDA to Clearly Label Flavored Dairy Products
May 13th, 2013
The dairy industry has asked the FDA to change the definition of flavored milk products, such as chocolate and strawberry milk, and 17 other products so that it would not have to distinguish them as having artificial sweeteners. Tell the FDA that consumers need to be able to make informed decisions about what sweeteners they prefer in their products. In order to do this, labels on the front of packages must indicate when a dairy product contains an artificial sweetener. The FDA will be taking public comments on the issue until May 21.
UPDATE: Public comment is now closed.