Exposure assessment to Sudan dyes through consumption of artificially coloured chilli powders in India

@article{Mishra2007ExposureAT,
  title={Exposure assessment to Sudan dyes through consumption of artificially coloured chilli powders in India},
  author={K. Mishra and S. Dixit and S. K. Purshottam and R. C. Pandey and M. Das and S. K. Khanna},
  journal={International Journal of Food Science and Technology},
  year={2007},
  volume={42},
  pages={1363-1366}
}
Summary In view of detection of Sudan dyes in chillies, the Spices Board of India formulated a mandatory testing programme in all chilli consignments exported from India. However, no surveillance data on use and levels of Sudan dyes in domestic chilli products are available in India. Hence chilli powders were monitored to check the magnitude of artificial coloration and the likely exposure assessment of Sudan dyes. Among 800 non-branded, loose chilli powder samples, over 66% were found to… Expand
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