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Is brillantblau fcf vegan?

Brillantblau fcf is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is brillantblau fcf?

Brillantblau FCF, also known as E133, is a synthetic blue food colorant that is commonly used in the food industry to enhance the color of a wide range of products, including beverages, confectionery, and baked goods. This bright blue dye is water-soluble, making it easy to mix into liquids and semi-solid foods. Despite its synthetic nature, brillantblau FCF is considered safe for consumption by various food safety organizations around the world, including the FDA. With its eye-catching hue, brillantblau FCF is a popular choice for food manufacturers who want to make their products stand out on store shelves.

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