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From medieval burnings to modern manufacturing: A brief history of food colours in Europe

Niamh Michail

By Niamh Michail+

22-Feb-2016
Last updated on 22-Feb-2016 at 15:28 GMT2016-02-22T15:28:53Z

From ancient flowers to modern colouring foods, toxic Victorian treats to naturally colourful sweets, FoodNavigator takes a look at the history of food colours in Europe and the legislation that accompanies them.

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