Food chemicals: titanium dioxide will be banned from food in the future

Food chemicals: titanium dioxide will be banned from food in the future

In the future, chewing gum, sweets and other foods will have to do without the widespread white dye titanium dioxide. On Friday, 14 January, the European Union Commission issued a ban on the additive in food because of potential cancer risks. According to the information, it will be implemented in six months. “With today’s ban, we are removing a food additive that is no longer considered safe,” said EU Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides.

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