Used in Beverages, candy, and baked goods - very poorly tested with possible risk. Avoid.
Used in pet food, beverages, and candy - very poorly tested; should be avoided.
Citrus Red 2
Used in the skin of Florida oranges. Studies indicate that this additive causes cancer. The dye does not seep through the orange skin into the pulp.
Used in candy, beverages - needs to be better tested; avoid
Used to color the outer surface of some hot dogs; it has been poorly tested, and is unnecessary, should be banned.
Used in cherries, fruit cocktail, candy, and baked goods - complex, synthetic dye may cause cancer
Used in soda pop, candy, gelatin desserts, pastry, pet food, sausage - The most widely used coloring promotes cancer in mice - should be outlawed
The second most widely used coloring is poorly tested, with one test suggesting it might cause cancer. Some people are allergic to it
Used in beverages, sausage, baked goods, candy, and gelatin - Appears safe, but can cause occasional allergic reactions; used almost exclusively in junk foods.