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I'm confused. Are sulphites in vinegar allowed? Here are the ingredient lists on my various bottles of vinegar:

White wine vinegar: White wine vinegar, antioxidant (Sulphites) E224.

Red wine vinegar: Red wine vinegar.

Apple cider vinegar: Cider vinegar, sulphites as a preservative.

Balsamic vinegar: Wine vinegar, concentrated grape must, colorant: E150d. Contains sulphites.

White vinegar: Water, acetic acid.

Thank you for your help!


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Naturally occurring sulfites (often found in red wine vinegar) are okay and will usually be listed in parentheses, ADDED sulfites in the ingredients and sulfites used as a preservative are not compliant.

I think the article posted above by Laura_juggles is a great resource for deciding whether or not starting over is appropriate for your specific context!

Best of luck!

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