• Yellow
  • Orange
  • Red
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Brown
  • Black

 

  • FD&C Yellow No. 5
  • CI 19140
  • Food Yellow 4
  • CI 18965
  • CI Food Yellow 5
  • Acid Light Yellow 2G
  • Acid Yellow 17
  • DF&C yellow No. 6
  • CI 15985
  • Food Yellow 3
  • Orange Yellow 5Azorubine
  • Food Red 3
  • FD&C Red No. 2
  • CI 16185
  • Food Red 9
  • Ponceau 4R
  • Conchineal Red 4A
  • CI 16255
  • Food Red 7
  • FD&C Red No. 3
  • CI 45430
  • Food Red 14
  • FD&C No. 40
  • Food Red 17
  • CI 16035
  • FD&C citrus Red No. 2
  • FD&C Blue No. 2
  • CI 73015
  • Food Blue No.1
  • CI 42090
  • CI Food Blue2
  • CI Acid Blue 9
  • Blue EGS
  • Patent Blue AC
  • CI 44090
  • Food Green 4
  • Lissamine Green
  • Acid Brilliant Green
  • FD&C Green no. 3
  • CI 28440
  • Brilliant Black PN
  • Food black 1
  • Kipper Brown
  • CI 20285
  • CI Food Brown 3

 

Some of these food dyes are not even legal in the United States (like Kipper Brown) but you know. . .I do think they somehow get back into the US through foreign made foods.  I keep testing people are allergic to Kipper Brown but we can’t figure out what people are eating that still has that dye in it. I’ve read that chocolate flavoring contains up to 42 different chemicals! Yikes. I guess it’s best to go for the natural stuff.