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More foods to be placed on cancer dye list

The list of food products containing a potentially cancer-causing dye is likely to increase, the Food Standards Agency has warned.
The Agency previously named more than 350 goods feared to be contaminated with the red colouring Sudan 1.

Stores across the country withdrew products on the Agency's warning list over the weekend.

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