Skittles banned in California from 2027: Why?

By: John Derric

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California to ban Skittles and other candies from 2027.

 Ban targets candy containing brominated vegetable oil, potassium bromate, propylparaben, and Red Dye 3.

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These chemicals are linked to cancer and other health problems.

 California is the first state to ban these chemicals in candy.

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 The ban will take effect in 2027 to give candy companies time to reformulate their products.

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 Skittles and other candies containing these chemicals will still be legal to sell in other states.

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Some people are concerned that the ban will go too far and take away popular candies from consumers.

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 Others support the ban, saying that it is necessary to protect public health.

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The ban is expected to have a ripple effect across the country, as candy companies may reformulate their products to meet California's standards in order to avoid being banned from the state.

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 It is unclear whether the ban will be successful in reducing the number of people exposed to these chemicals.

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 Only time will tell what the impact of the ban will be on public health.