Lawsuit Claims that Skittles are 'Unfit for Human Consumption' because of Titanium Dioxide

Us consumers have filed a lawsuit against Mars in a California court on last Thursday, claiming that Skittles contains too much titanium dioxide (E171). Is titanium dioxide harmful to the body?Titanium dioxide is an additive used in pigments, adhesiv…

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