This Sept. 26, 2014 photo shows Nacho Cheese flavored Doritos in Philadelphia. Artificial and natural flavors have become ubiquitous terms on food labels, helping create vivid tastes that would otherwise be lost in mass production. As the science behind them advances, however, some are calling for greater transparency about their safety and ingredients.
This Sept. 26, 2014 photo shows Nacho Cheese flavored Doritos in Philadelphia. Artificial and natural flavors have become ubiquitous terms on food labels, helping create vivid tastes that would otherwise be lost in mass production. As the science behind them advances, however, some are calling for greater transparency about their safety and ingredients. Matt Rourke AP
This Sept. 26, 2014 photo shows Nacho Cheese flavored Doritos in Philadelphia. Artificial and natural flavors have become ubiquitous terms on food labels, helping create vivid tastes that would otherwise be lost in mass production. As the science behind them advances, however, some are calling for greater transparency about their safety and ingredients. Matt Rourke AP

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