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Is amarillo crepúsculo fcf vegan?

Amarillo crepúsculo fcf is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is amarillo crepúsculo fcf?

Amarillo Crepúsculo FCF is a vivid yellow food coloring additive that adds a delightful hue to any dish. This water-soluble synthetic dye is made from coal tar and is commonly used in the food industry to enhance the appearance of beverages, baked goods, candies, and other products. Its intense shade, which is stable under heat, light, and pH changes, makes it an excellent choice for applications where a bright and consistent color is desired. Amarillo Crepúsculo FCF is safe for consumption and is approved for use in various countries, including the United States, the European Union, and Japan.

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