TELL KRAFT HEINZ: TOXIC PHTHALATES DON'T BELONG IN KRAFT DINNER
DId you know your favourite bowl of cheesy goodness may contain toxic chemicals?
Kraft Dinner (KD) is a quick, easy and affordable meal for many Canadian families and students. Kraft Heinz claims its KD is “Canada’s official, unofficial national food.” But to live up to this claim, it must at least clean up its supply chain from hormone disrupting phthalates found in its cheese powder.
Phthalates are harmful chemicals that pose a serious threat to public health. Many studies have linked exposure to phthalates to impaired brain development, altering thyroid function, ADHD, reproductive health harms, among other health problems.
As a global leader in the processed foods sector, Kraft Heinz has the market power to eliminate all sources of phthalates in their food supply chain. Just recently, General Mills committed to removing phthalates from the entire supply chain of Annie’s Homegrown mac ‘n’ cheese. Kraft Heinz needs to follow suit!
When companies hear from their customers — people like YOU — they take action. Your voice makes all the difference.
Join us in telling Kraft Heinz to remove toxic phthalates in Kraft Dinner as well as all Kraft food!