Papa John's is the latest big food brand to clean up its act and cut down on artificial ingredients as consumers become more health conscious. The pizza-maker's announcement comes on the heels of General Mills, which said just last week that it was cutting artificial flavors and colors from its products as well. The sugary cereals brand follows in the footsteps of Chipotle (CMG), Subway and Gatorade which have all bowed to recent consumer demands to remove harmful additives from their products. However, there are plenty more suspect ingredients lurking, which have been linked with multiple health issues when tested on animals. Despite being banned in Europe and other countries these ingredients are still being added to consumer products in the U.S. Here's a look at the top offenders.
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