E for Additives: The Best-selling, Award Winning Definitive E Number Guide
Cracks the 'E' number code and enables you to understand the lists of additives that appear on the packs of the food you buy, so that you can see exactly what has been added, where it comes from, why it has been added, what it does to the food and - if anything - what it might do to you.
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Foreword by Lord Enrols
Why Are There Still Secret Ingredients?
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4-hydroxybenzoate A.D.I. Not limited A.D.I. Not specified acetate adverse effects alginate alginic acid aluminium Ammonium animal antioxidant azo dye beer Brown FK buffer Calcium carbonate carrageenan cells cent chemical children it represents Children's Support Group Chocolate citrate citric acid confectionery daily intake desserts di-glycerides of fatty diet distarch drinks effects are known Effects No adverse emulsifier emulsifying salt enzymes Erythrosine esters extract fatty acids flavour flour food additives Food Advisory Committee food colours fruit Function Emulsifier Function Preservative gallate glucose glutamate glycerol hydrogen Hyperactive Children's Support Ice cream ingredients Jams Jellies kidney Magnesium malic acid manufacturers meat Methyl milk mineral nitrite nutrient oxide Packet permitted phosphate polyphosphates Potassium powders prefix Processed cheese Products Under consideration protein rats sauce Sodium nitrite sodium salt sorbitan sorbitol stabilizer substances sugar sulphites sulphur dioxide Support Group recommends tartrate tartrazine Tinned toxic toxicological Typical Products vegetables vitamin wine yellow