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Food colours

E-NumberName of Additive
E100Curcumin
E101(i) Riboflavin, (ii) Riboflavin-5'-phosphate
E102Tartrazine
E104Quinoline yellow
E110Sunset Yellow FCF; Orange Yellow S
E120Cochineal; Carminic acid; Carmines
E122Azorubine; Carmoisine
E123Amaranth
E124Ponceau 4R; Cochineal Red A
E127Erythrosine
E129Allura Red AC
E131Patent Blue V
E132lndigotine; Indigo Carmine
E133Brilliant Blue FCF
E140Chlorophylls and chlorophyllins
E141Copper complexes of chlorophyll and chlorophyllins
E142Green S
E150aPlain caramel
E150bCaustic sulphite caramel
E150cAmmonia caramel
E150dSulphite ammonia caramel
E151Brilliant Black BN; Black PN
E153Vegetable carbon
E154Brown FK
E155Brown HT
E160aCarotenes
E160bAnnatto; Bixin; Norbixin
E160cPaprika extract; Capsanthian; Capsorubin
E160dLycopene
E160eBeta-apo-8'-carotenal (C30)
E160fEthyl ester of beta-apo-8'-carotenoic acid (C30)
E161bLutein
E161gCanthaxanthin
E162Beetroot Red; Betanin
E163Anthocyanins
E170Calcium carbonate
E171Titanium dioxide
E172Iron oxides and hydroxides
E173Aluminium
E174Silver
E175Gold
E180Litholrubine BK
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THE FUTURE REVEALED

22 June 2017

A conference by the Food Additives and Ingredients Association (FAIA) and Harper Adams University