Kraft mac-and-cheese will no longer be radioactive orange

Some things on this Earth are constant: The sky is a deep azure blue (unless you live in Los Angeles). The grass is a verdant green (unless you live in Los Angeles). And Kraft Macaroni And Cheese is a bright neon orange—an orange the color of radiation suits and safety cones, so you know to take precaution around it. But it seems all of that is changing. Kraft has announced that it will remove the artificial preservatives and synthetic colors from its beloved bowls of artificial preservatives and synthetic colors, a change that promises to take away the familiar yellow-orange tint you sort-of glimpse out of your peripheral vision, as you’re numbly shoving it into your face. As the saying goes, nothing vaguely gold can stay.

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