Sulfites

£65,00

Sulfites (also known today as sulfur dioxide (E220) , or initialed as E221 – up to E228) are substances used as preservatives.
The risk of coming into contact with sulfites is especially high if certain foods are consumed such as: wine and alcoholic beverages, baked goods (bread, cookies, crackers), dried fruits, jams, jellies, syrups, fruit juices, fish, shellfish, shellfish, sausages, canned foods, potatoes and potato products (frozen chips, mashed potatoes, chips), canned tomatoes, candies, and packaged snacks.

 

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