Cancer dye Sudan 1 found in curry powders The UK’s Food Criteria Company said today that batches of curry powder have been withdrawn from sale once they were found to support the banned dye Sudan 1 propecia in spain . Rajah Premium Hot Curry Powder and Rajah High quality Mild Curry Powder have been taken off the shelves at Somerfield, Budgens and Kwik Save supermarkets. Rajah is owned by Become International Foods, which has issued a recall notice for the affected items. Related StoriesNew results reveal association between colorectal malignancy and melanoma drug treatmentMeat-rich diet may increase kidney cancer riskNew RNA check of blood platelets can be used to detect area of cancerThe FSA however continues to be concerned that small retailers and caterers may still possess the merchandise on their shelves.
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