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Is jaune de quinoléine vegan?

Jaune de quinoléine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jaune de quinoléine?

Jaune de quinoléine is a synthetic, yellow food colorant that is commonly used in the food industry to give products a bright yellow hue. It is a water-soluble dye that is derived from coal tar, and is commonly used in a wide variety of foods, including candy, beverages, baked goods, and processed foods. Jaune de quinoléine is known for its intense, bright yellow color, which makes it popular among food manufacturers looking to add visual appeal to their products. Despite its widespread use, some studies have linked jaune de quinoléine to potential health risks, including hyperactivity in children.

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