(Boston Globe) The nutrition activist group, Center for Science in the Public Interest blasted Dannon yogurt this week for having food coloring containing bug extracts and urged the company to put “berries over bugs.”

This is not the first time a food manufacturer has been criticized for using carmine, a red color additive made from the crushed bodies of cochineal beetles. Starbucks was criticized by vegetarian groups last year after revealing that some of its fruit smoothies contained carmine and quickly decided to remove the additive from its products.

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