The UK's Food Standards Agency is planning a review of the Sudan I
incident, which led to a massive recall of food products containing
the illegal dye in February and March 2005, and is seeking comments
from interested parties.
European food scientists warn that a host of illegal dyes
pinpointed in foods on the supermarket shelves may pose a genotoxic
and carcinogenic risk, a conclusion reached despite insufficient
data to perform a full risk assessment.
Weeks and weeks after the UK's food agency issues official warning
about contaminated Worcester sauce, alarm bells ring as two
prepared foods containing the illegal ingredient, and previously
withdrawn from sale, turn up on the...
Reacting rapidly to the discovery of the banned colour Para Red in
processed foods, UK food laboratory RSSL has a new method to help
food makers detect this potential carcinogen, reports Lindsey
The flood of warnings over food products entering the EU zone
containing the potentially carcinogenic food colour Sudan 1
continues with the UK's watchdog recalling two different brands in
as many days.