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Is fd&c blue 1 e133 vegan?

Fd&c blue 1 e133 is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fd&c blue 1 e133?

FD&C Blue 1 (E133) is a synthetic food colorant that belongs to the class of triarylmethane dyes. It is an intense blue powder with a hue ranging from turquoise to midnight blue. FD&C Blue 1 (E133) is commonly used in the food industry to enhance the visual appeal of beverages, confectioneries, canned fruits, and dairy products. It is water-soluble, stable under acidic conditions, and has a long shelf life. However, some studies suggest that it may have adverse effects on human health, such as hyperactivity in children and allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. Therefore, its use is regulated by food safety authorities.

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