Back to our roots we go.
You may recall that last month we posted that Subway will remove an additive from its bread. And Gatorade was removing BVO from its sports drink.
And Chick-fil-A made a series of highly publicized menu tweaks early this year, removing artificial dyes from some of its dipping sauces and committing to a switch to antibiotic-free chicken within the next five years.
Now it is Panera’s turn. The restaurant-café chain will remove all artificial additives from its menu by 2016. That means no dyes, no preservatives, and no artificial sweeteners in any Panera restaurant-café offerings.
This follows Chipotle’s earlier commitment to naturally fresh ingredients.
It is getting bit easier to eat out now.