erythrosine BS Red colour permitted in foods in most countries (known as Red number 3 in the USA). Used in preserved cherries, sausages, and meat and fish pastes; it is unstable to light and heat. Chemically the disodium or potassium salt of 2,4,5,7‐tetraiodofluorescein.
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