Adding this here since so many of you asked. Many of us and our children have pretty recognizable reactions to these dyes and food-like products and this “news” comes as no surprise to us. Im glad it’s being shared for those that want more research to back up and inform or affirm their decisions and boundaries. There are hundreds and hundreds of items I could have shown a front and back of to dissect a bit that are all similar. Just grabbed the very first one in a search on my shopping app under the search for “kids snack.” The marketing claims on the fronts of packages often tell half truths to get you to spend your money on the product. Put the thang down, flip it, and reverse it. We care about contents over claims. “It’s what’s in the inside that counts,” right?