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Colour 132

Also Known As : Indigotine, Indigo Carmine


Usage Tips

  1. Colour 132 can be added to baked goods, ice creams, confectionery items, sweets and biscuits to add blue color to them.

Common names and forms

  1. Colour (E-132)
  2. Colour (INS 132)
  3. Permitted Synthetic Food Colours E132


Colour 132 is an artificial dye produced from coal tar. It is a blue food colour in the form of powder or granules, and is also permitted by European Union.

Selection Guide

Check for the "Use by" date on the packaging of Colour 132.

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