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tartrazine

[′tär·trə‚zēn]
(organic chemistry)
C16H9N4O9S2 A bright orange-yellow, water-soluble powder, used as a food, drug, and cosmetic dye.
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In E102, students showed better mastery on negative processes: only 18% in do not + verb, 54% in did not + verb, and 34% in does not + verb were wrong.
the leader in XML web services security announced that it will present its products and solutions at Infosecurity Europe 2009 in London, UK on the 28th to 30th of April at Booth E102.
E numbers to avoid are: E110 sunset yellow; E104 quinoline yellow; E122 carmoisine; E129 allura red; E102 tartrazine; E124 ponceau 4R.
In the meantime the least the government can do is commence a programme of public health service broadcasts drawing attention to the known facts surrounding E102, E104, E110, E122, E124 and E129.
But, despite the link between such colourings as E102 (tartrazine) and E124 (ponceau 4R), no limits on these additives have been set, to the consternation of many pressure groups.
Turnover for the year is a record E102 million and the nightmare days of last year, when the gross slumped to E69 million, have been well and truly buried.
Colourings to avoid in kids' food and drink: E102 Tartrazine; E104 Quinoline Yellow; E107 Yellow 2G; E110 Sunset Yellow; E120 Cochineal; E122 Carmoisine; E123 Amaranth; E124 Ponceau 4R; E127 Erthrosine; E128 Red 2G; E129 Allura Red; E131 Patent Blue V; E132 Indigo Carmine; E133 Brilliant Blue FCF; E142 Green S; E151 Black PN; E154 Brown FK; E154 Brown HT .
The colours, such as Tartrazine E102, Sunset Yellow E 110, Carmoisine E 122, Ponceau 4R E124 and the preservative Sodium Benzoate E 211 are widely used in drinks and foods that are consumed by children.
For the first quarter of 2004, they were mainly comprised of financial provisions amounted to E102 million (mostly comprised of provision accruals as a result of the mark-to-market of interest rate swaps (E42 million) and DuPont shares (E48 million)).
E102, tartrazine, a yellow dye used in ice-cream and fish sticks.
Additives that may cause hyperactivity:Food additives What: E102 - Tartrazine Where: Found in soft drinks, ice cream, sweets, fish fingers, cakes and biscuits Effect: A synthetic yellow azo dye when consumed in conjunction with benzoic acid it appears to cause hyperactivity in children.
PROCESSED A tin of processed marrowfat peas has only a trace or no vitamin C, half a gram of salt, added colourings E102 and E133, added sugar and added flavouring.