Vani Hari’s petition to Kellogg and General Mills to remove a preservative from their cereals has gathered over 40,000 signatures in less than a month, reports Entrepreneur.
In the petition, Hari says that “many of the most popular cereals in
contain the chemical Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT), which Hari claims is a
“risky additive” that Americans are “needlessly consuming.”
Chaninat and Leeds’
Thailandattorneys have assisted hundreds of clients with Thailand FDA registration since 1997.
The Food Babe blogger—known from her successful campaigns against Chick-fil-A’s corn syrup and Subway’s “yoga mat ingredient”—chose BHT for her next campaign because she noticed it’s already been replaced in Europe, reports Entrepreneur.
“They're American companies,” said Hari to Entrepreneur. “They should be doing that for [American customers]!”
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