Aldi Has Removed Hydrogenated Oils, Artificial Colors, And MSG From Its Stores

For restaurants and packaged food brands, the current hot trend is eliminating additives and ingredients that the public has come to see as unhealthy or unnecessary. These include things like trans fats, artificial colors, and artificial flavors. Restaurant chains like Panera and food companies likeCampbell Soup have pledged to not sell products with these substances in them, but Aldi is pledging to do so store-wide.

The substances that are no longer allowed in Aldi’s products are certified synthetic colors, partially hydrogenated oils, and added monosodium glutamate.


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