Your frozen pizza and snacks are getting a health makeover by the end of 2015.
That's when Nestlé promises to remove all artificial flavors and also cut back salt by 10% in these popular foods: Hot Pockets and Lean Pockets, as well as pizzas like DiGiorno, Tombstone, California Pizza Kitchen and Jack's.
A total of 250 products made under these six brands will be affected.
Nestlé ( said Tuesday the move was part of its pledge to improve the ingredient quality and nutritional profile of the food it makes. )
The company promises that the taste of the products won't be affected.
Nestlé is the latest in a tsunami of companies clamoring to remove those strange, hard-to-pronounce additives from processed foods and drinks.
Similar announcements have come recently from Coca-Cola (, Pizza Hut, )Tyson (, )Panera Bread (, )McDOnald's ( )Dunkin' Donuts ( and others. )
Nestlé will also try to educate its customers by including information in the packaging about portion sizes and adding fruits and vegetables to their diets.