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Cancer Cola?

Coke and Pepsi drop cancer causing coloring compounds !


Researchers have linked the caramel coloring used in Coke and Pepsi to a carcinogen (cancer causing chemical). As California law demands the product to be sold with a Cancer warning, Coke and Pepsi have decided to drop these compounds from their formula. However, both the organization have released press statement that there are no evidence with them to prove that it has impacted any consumer. Also, a consumer has to drink 1000 cans of soda per day to reach the dosage administered to rats in the lab. Will the recipe change will make it taste different?

Here is a video pick which provides some insight into this finding.

Watch the informational Video: What is Carcinogen?

Watch the Video: News update: Coke and Pepsi change the recipe to exclude carcinogens.

Carcinogen? No problem.

American consumers have no problem with carcinogens,
but they will not purchase any product,
including floor wax, that has fat in it."
- Dave Barry

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