Nestle's blue Smarties make a comeback

02/11/2008 | FoodProductionDaily.com (France) · Guardian (London), The

Nestle is bringing back blue-colored Smarties after researchers found a way to extract the blue coloring from a seaweed, called Spirulina, instead of using artificial flavors or colors. Nestle stopped making the blue Smarties nearly three years ago because of concerns over artificial additives.

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