artificial dye

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artificial dye

A synthetic substance which imparts a desired colour to a food, drug or cosmetic.
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Clr Derrick Yates, who chairs West Yorkshire's trading standards committee, said: "Using too much artificial colour is illegal.
The survey of 66 curry takeaways in West Yorkshire found that 27% of them were using illegally high levels of artificial colour.
A SURVEY of 66 curry takeaways in West Yorkshire found that 27% of them had illegally high levels of artificial colour.
Results in the region were mixed, with 28 out of the 81 samples having high levels of artificial colour.
Plus it contains carmoisine, an artificial colour belonging to the chemical family that's been linked to negative effects in children's behaviour.
Coming in three carefully researched flavours: Orange, Strawberry and Cola, Tricerapops contain real fruit juice, and are free from artificial colour and sweeteners or preservatives.
For the youngest party guests, get in a few multipacks of Wall's Kids' ice creams - guaranteed smiles all round and you can feel good, knowing that the ice cream contains no artificial colours or flavours and are all less than 110 calories.
For the youngest party guests, get in a few multipacks of Wall's Kids' ice creams - guaranteed smiles all round and you can feel good, knowing that the ice cream contains no artificial colours or are all less than your celebration is kind to the planet 3 Send emails instead of paper invites - use red, white and blue type for a patriotic touch.
BANNED artificial colours linked to cancer have been found in curries at Black Country restaurants and takeaways in an undercover sting by consumer watchdogs.
Speaking of quirky venues, next Thursday LoLife takes up residence at Haus warehouse when Lauren will bring South East London deep house DJ duo No Artificial Colours to the city.
The Shimmy presents No Artificial Colours Saint Judes, Scotland DJ duo No Artificial Colours will be joined by bass-loving Max Chapman, with support from Miss7 and Vilmos.