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Coloring Foodstuffs: The Transition Ends

September 2015
--- For many years, EU legislation about additives has defined what a food color is, and it creates a distinction here when it comes to the substances known as coloring foodstuffs. Starting in December, coloring foodstuffs will no longer be available if they do not comply with the EU guidelines.
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