Product Description:As a food dye, it has E number E142. It can be used in mint sauce, desserts, gravy granules, sweets, ice creams, and tinned peas. Acid brilliant green is prohibited as a food additive in Canada, United States, Japan, and Norway.
Acid brilliant green is a vital dye, meaning it can be used to stain living cells. It is used in ophthalmology, among fluorescein and rose bengal, to diagnose various disorders of the eye's surface.
Acid brilliant green may cause allergic reactions and is one of the colorants that the Hyperactive Children's Support Group recommends to be eliminated from the diet of children.
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