sulphite

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sulphite

any salt or ester of sulphurous acid, containing the ions SO32-- or HSO3-- (hydrogen sulphite) or the groups --SO3 or --HSO3. The salts are usually soluble crystalline compounds
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It seems dried fruit contains more sulphites than wine and no one's throwing a sickie with terrible raisin hangover.
This means the product is a possible health risk to individuals with a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide and/or sulphites.
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According to the FSA, if you have bought any of the above products and have allergies to soya, peanuts, nuts, eggs and/or an allergy or intolerance to wheat, barley, oats (gluten), milk and/or a sensitivity to sulphites do not eat it.
The life inside hasn't been completely killed by sulphites. It maybe that one bottle will be different from another bottle, it's not better or worse.
And it's not the alcohol in the wine that's causing the problem, but the sulphites.
This setback is largely due to the impossibility of finding a common ground on the level of sulphites (SO2) used as preservatives.
Organised under the umbrella of EU research network Eureka, wine industry specialists are testing a variety of alternative substances and treatments to reduce the amount of sulphites in wines, which are regarded as an allergen.
He is urging consumers to fill their shopping trolleys items free of chemical sulphites which are used to preserve food.