Nestle is just the newest food producer to announce changes to it's product lines with health in mind. The president of the Nestle Pizza and Snacking Division just announced it will remove all artificial flavors from its pizza and snack products by the end of 2015.
This change will effect DiGiorno, Tombstone, California Pizza Kitchen, Jack's, Hot Pockets and Lean Pockets lines. Headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland, Nestle's announcement comes at the hands of consumers who are forcing food companies to make healthier products that are preservative-free and real.
"We know people want to feel good about the foods they eat, and they're seeking foods made with fewer artificial ingredients and less sodium," John Carmichael, president of the Nestle Pizza & Snacking Division, said in a statement.
Not only will the company remove artificial flavors from its food products, Nestle aims to cut sodium by 10 percent from 2013 levels, according to the Chicago Tribune. But Nestle insists that both changes won't compromise taste.
Nestle will also introduce gluten-free pizzas to the California Pizza Kitchen product line in the U.S. Since there is a large group of consumers who are demanding gluten-free options, the company will offer gluten-free crispy thin crust pizzas to appeal to consumers.
With Kraft and Kellogg's two of the other food producers to make healthier options, have we entered a food revolution in America?