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A FURTHER 19 food products are being withdrawn from sale because they contain spices contaminated with the illegal dye Para Red, the Food Standards Agency said yesterday.
SUPERMARKETS were today checking their shelves for another 35 food products containing Para Red.
ANOTHER 35 products containing the illegal food dye Para Red are being withdrawn from sale, the Food Standards Agency said.
Spice imports to be checked after cancer-dye scare
THOUSANDS of jars of paprika have been removed from supermarket shelves after a potentially cancer-causing dye, similar to Sudan I, was discovered in a batch of the spice.
A FOOD safety crisis sparked by a cancer-causing dye has sent sales of certain products plummeting in high street supermarkets.
THE Food Standards Agency (FSA) issued a warning yesterday over a red dye which has been linked to cancer.
NEW Europe-wide food import checks were ordered yesterday amid a fresh scare over the illegal cancer-causing dye Sudan 1.
WHEN we go to the supermarket, many of us pay a lot more attention to what we put in the trolley than we may have done in the past.
THE Government should launch an urgent inquiry into the food scare sparked by the use of the potentially cancer-causing dye Sudan 1 in a wide range of products, an influential Commons committee urged today.
BRITISH shoppers are now spending a fifth of their income on food thanks to rocketing spending on top-of-the-range fare, according to a new survey.
SHOPS in the Capital have been caught selling foods banned during last month’s Sudan 1 cancer dye scare.
SCHOOLS, hospitals and restaurants may have been serving food contaminated with a banned dye linked to cancer a month after the government was first alerted to the problem.
FOOD standards officials found "significant deficiencies" in systems used to check imported food at major UK ports and airports during inspections carried out before the Sudan 1 food scare.
PREMIER Foods, the company dogged by fears over the Sudan 1 food dye scare, today said it did not expect the alert to have a big impact on the group’s financial situation.
PREMIER Foods, the company at the centre of the Sudan 1 food scare, will fight to defend its reputation this week as doubts emerge about who will foot the bill for Britain’s biggest ever product recall.
SHOPS and restaurants in Edinburgh were today warned they face spot checks to ensure all products affected by the cancer-causing food colouring Sudan 1 are off the shelves.
A TOTAL of 474 products have now been recalled in the alert over the cancer-causing dye Sudan 1, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) said last night.