Its colour ranges from yellow to red, depending on the surrounding pH.

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This decision is the result of the robust system put in place to ensure the safety of the food we eat. . However, depending on the starting material and/or on the manufacturing process, it.

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. The common name for E102 is Tartrazine. A synthetic coal tar dye, red/purple in colour.

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The European Commission has just banned titanium dioxide/Ti02 (also known as E171) as a food additive.

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E107 yellow 2G [possible allergic reaction] E110 sunset yellow FCF, orange yellow S, FD&C yellow 6 [possible allergic reaction] E111 orange GGN.
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Kosher food additives. The European Commission has just banned titanium dioxide/Ti02 (also known as E171) as a food additive. .

. Any banned additives are marked in red. E numbers ("E" stands for "Europe") are codes for substances used as food additives, including those found naturally in many foods such as vitamin C, for use within the European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Association (EFTA). E101 (i) and E101 (ii) are a food additives approved by the European Union (EU). . The common name for E180 is litholrubine BK.

It is a natural protein that acts as an antimicrobial preservative by breaking down bacterial cell walls.

E155 is a food additive approved by the European Union (EU). .

The restriction may vary, for example, only 48 food additives are allowed in organic food products.

E123 Amaranth.

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E500ii - Sodium hydrogen carbonate.

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