You're Going to Eat That? 9 Food Label Controversies

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  • Coke, Pepsi Drop Chemical From Drinks
  • Kraft Fights Law Requiring GMO Labels on Foods
  • Chipotle Removes Most GMO Ingredients From Products
  • Subway Ditches Chemical in Bread Found in Shoes
  • Mom Petitions Artificial Dyes in M&Ms
  • Starbucks Rids of Insect Extract in Drink
  • Naked Juice Lawsuit Settlement Shells Out $9 Million
  • McDonald's Happy Meal Gets Makeover
  • Taco Bell's Beef Questioned

Coke, Pepsi Drop Chemical From Drinks

Coca-Cola and PepsiCo announced May 5, 2014, that they would be removing the chemical brominated vegetable oil from its drinks, including Mountain Dew, Fanta and Powerade. The companies were targeted by a petition. Take a look at other food and drink label controversies. -- Natelege Whaley (@Natelege) 

(Photo: AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

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