penotti Posted January 21, 2013 Share Posted January 21, 2013 In Europe, a number system is used to indicate additives and such, and I found it a bit tricky buying products without being sure if they were compliant or not. Below are the ones to avoid for sure, but perhaps there are more that i'm not aware of yet, feel free to comment! (wasn't sure if this was the right place to post this topic, hope i did ok! ) By the way, not all E-numbers are evil E-150b (sulphite) E-150d (sulphite) E-221 to E-228 (sulphites) E-407 (carrageenan) E-621 (MSG or Ve Tsin) A complete list of all the numbers: http://www.laleva.cc/food/enumbers/Enumbers.html Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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