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  • abbreviation Ponceau 4R, Cochineal Red A, or Brilliant Scarlet 4R when used as a food colouring

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  • When they record their findings on their daily field notes form, students use the appropriate North and East designation (e.g. N150 E124).

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  • E102, carmoisine E122, ponceau 4R E124, quinoline yellow E104 and allura red E129.

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  • Carmoisine (E122), Ponceau 4R (E124) and Allura Red (E129).

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  • In addition to these labelling requirements, there has recently been a recommendation to lower the acceptable daily intake of three of the colours: E104, E110 and E124.

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  • Ponceau 4R (E124) and Allura Red (E129) from food products by 2009, in parallel with action at an EU level.

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  • Ponceau 4R (E124) and Allura Red (E129) from food products by 2009, in parallel with action at an EU level.

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  • - In 2008, the net impact of the scope of consolidation effects amounted to E124. 4 million, including: - Europe + E40. 4 million - NAFTA + E84. 0 million After adjusting the scope of consolidation effect and on a comparable basis the Group's revenues on a full year basis amounted to E1,718. 2 million in 2007.

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  • - In 2008, the net impact of the scope of consolidation effects amounted to E124. 4 million, including: - Europe + E40. 4 million - NAFTA + E84. 0 million After adjusting the scope of consolidation effect and on a comparable basis the Group's revenues on a full year basis amounted to E1,718. 2 million in 2007.

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  • Ponceau 4R (E124) and Allura Red (E129) from food products by 2009, in parallel with action at an EU level.

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  • Ponceau 4R (E124) and Allura Red (E129) from food products by 2009, in parallel with action at an EU level.

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