AUSTIN, Texas — In light of increased public awareness of artificial food dyes sparked by Food and Drug Administration hearings this week, Whole Foods Market here issued a reminder that it has prohibited artificial food colorings since the 1980s. Whole Foods Market offers products that are free of artificial colorings, as well as artificial sweeteners, preservatives, hydrogenated fats and other additives in the company's 304 stores, officials pointed out. "Our quality standards prohibit ...

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