Food Colour (102) is a yellow colored artificial dye which is used as a coloring agent in food products. It is a water-soluble food color and is obtained from coal tar. It is present in certain food products like sweets, cordials, soft drinks, jams and cereal.
Check for the "use-by" date on the packaging to make sure it has not expired.
Food Colour (102) may cause allergic reactions like asthma. It may not be tolerated by those having aspirin hypersensitivity. It may cause health issues like migraine, blurred vision and fatigue. It may cause hyperactivity in some children.(1)
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