Environmental group in California allegedly found a cancer-causing substance in the caramel coloring used in Pepsi. As The Examiner site reported this on Wednesday, June 3, 2013, please scroll down for more details.

Pepsi carcinogen: Caramel coloring a cancer-causing substance in Pepsi?
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The Examiner site posted that, "The Pepsi carcinogen was alleged by the environmental group to have a dangerous level of the substance, even after the popular drink maker had alleged it would change its formula found in the caramel coloring."

While PepsiCo and Coca-Cola said, "their formulas for Pepsi would be adjusted on a national scale once the state of California made legal a law that all drinks which contain noticeable levels of carcinogens must come with a label warning of cancers," according to the Examiner.

However, The Watchdog group of the Center of Environmental Health conduct recent study and found out that the alleged Pepsi carcinogen has no longer contain in the state’s Coke products.

But the group clarified that the other products sold outside California still contain the substance in the caramel coloring.

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