Got aspartame? Bus ads urge FDA to reject proposal

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click image to zoomMilkAds, such as this one, will run on 15 buses in the Washington D.C. area through May 21, 2013. The ad is sponsored by A new push by the consumer watchdog organization promises to renew public outrage on a petition made by the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) and the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) for the approval of artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame, in flavored milk.

Ads, such as the one to the right, will run on 15 buses in the Washington D.C., metro system.

The buses will stop directly in front of the Food and Drug Administration, at a special stop provided by the DC metro for FDA employees, the group says. Click here to read more.

Read “Bad publicity for the dairy industry,” to learn more about the petition. 

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