Watchdogs question "natural" in food labels

The definition of what is considered "natural" in food labels has prompted food-industry watchdogs to question the processes that food companies use for their products. The FDA allows "natural" food labels on products that do not contain added colors, artificial flavors and synthetic material, according to agency spokeswoman Kimberly Rawlings.

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