The disodium salt of disulphonic acid.
A synthetic 'coal tar' dye varying in colour between a dull
yellow and greenish-yellow. Found in ices, scotch eggs and
FD&C Yellow No.10; used in lipsticks hair products, colognes;
also in a wide range of medications; may cause dermatitis.
Not recommended for consumption by children.
Whilst being a commonly used colour in the UK its use is
banned in Australia, Japan, Norway and the United States.
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