Panera Bread posts ingredient 'No-No List' in all restaurants

Krista Johnson passes an order to a customer at the Panera store in Brookline, Mass., Monday, March 8, 2010.

Panera Bread says it has become the first national restaurant chain to post a comprehensive list of all artificial ingredients it has removed, or plans to remove, from the food it serves. The lists were posted in stores Tuesday.

The so-called "No-No List" includes more than 150 additives that will be removed from its menu items by the end of next year.

Also, beginning Wednesday Panera Bread says all of its salad dressings will contain no artificial sweeteners, colors, flavors or preservatives.
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