Massachusetts bakery gets no love from FDA

In a letter released Tuesday, the FDA instructed the Nashoba Brook Bakery in West Concord, Mass., that it needed to remove "love" from the list of ingredients for its granola, Bloomberg reports. “Your Nashoba Granola label lists ingredient ‘Love,’” the agency wrote in the letter, which was dated Sept. 22. “‘Love’ is not a common or usual name of an ingredient, and is considered to be intervening material because it is not part of the common or usual name of the ingredient.”

Warning labels for food dyes? It’s possible in California.

California state Sen. Bob Wieckowski has introduced a bill to require warning labels on food containing synthetic food dyes, including food sold in restaurants, says Civil Eats. If he succeeds, it would be the first such labeling law in the nation.