WASHINGTON — The Grocery Manufacturers Association defended the safety of artificial food colors today before the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s Food Advisory Committee Meeting on certified color additives and hyperactivity in children. "All of the major safety bodies globally have reviewed the available science and have determined that there is no demonstrable link between artificial food colors and hyperactivity among children," the GMA said. "These expert evaluations were ...

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