E-number

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E-number

[ˈiːˌnʌmbəʳ] nadditivo (alimentare)
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The technique is to clearly identify the source of the food elements, more so if the food components contain unfamiliar elements such as the E-numbers, which could cause confusion and problems for Muslim consumers.
Mums and dads lob kebabs and burgers over the school gates at their desperate kin, crazed by a dearth of e-numbers, additives and old-fashioned grease in their diet.
As far as possible consumers want short lists of ingredients with no E-numbers.
Collagen peptides are non-allergenic and have no E-numbers, so they are perfectly suited for the development of clean label products.
After experimenting at hom e, we found that the results were really quite good - very differen t from the bland pink and white marshmallow that is massproduced with loads of e-numbers.
I think most parents are now very concerned about sugar and their children's dental health, and the colourings that go into food and the E-numbers, because some of these things have had an affect on children's behaviour," says Gulshinder, a senior dietitian.
Sated with carbs, red wine and E-numbers I crashed on my makeshift settee bed and drifted off to the soothing lullaby of Huw's Llangennech-accented analysis.
An overwhelming 75 percent of respondents stated that they would like to see simpler labelling, with nearly half around 45 percent avoiding artificial additives such as e-numbers in their shopping basket.
It's followed by a rather scrappy start to the main action with the trio, who also devised the script under the eye of writer Robert Farquhar and director Mark Smith, as frenetic as three small boys hopped up on e-numbers and having a silly fit.
Such an inspiration xxxx Annie-Mae Garrigan Keep believing and praying for brave little Charlie xx Francis Mary Langley On a mum's claim E-numbers make her daughter hyperactive My son was the same, could not give him anything with E-numbers, but that was in the 70s and it was not printed on products.
A good deal of it seems to blow into my garden - packets from crisps I've never heard of, let alone eaten, wrappers from sweets laden with e-numbers, and plastic bags.
The scariest thing about these was the list of e-numbers on the packet.