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Are orange yellow s vegan?

Orange yellow s is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is orange yellow s?

Orange yellow s is a common food colorant, also known as Sunset Yellow FCF or E110. It is derived from coal tar and has a bright orange-yellow hue that is commonly used in processed foods, snacks, and beverages. Despite its vibrant appearance, orange yellow s has been associated with adverse health effects, such as hyperactivity in children and allergic reactions in some individuals. As a result, some countries have banned or restricted its use in food products. However, it remains a popular and widely used ingredient in many parts of the world due to its low cost and ability to enhance the visual appeal of food items.

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