A public safety campaign from the publishers of The Food Magazine
Action On Additives


Email for media inquiries only: press@actiononadditives.com
Phone number for media inquiries only: 020 7837 2250

Disclaimer: Products described on this website have been purchased from November 2007 onwards. Whilst every effort is made to keep this website up-to-date, some products are being reformulated as manufacturers remove the suspect food additives. Use this website as a guide to products which have contained the suspect additives, but always check the ingredients lists on the products themselves to check their current ingredients. Please use the 'add comment' button to inform us of any changes you find.

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The Action on Additives campaign is funded by grants and public donations, and coordinated by the not-for-profit campaign group The Food Commission. To support the campaign, please use the button below to make a secure donation. Thank you.

Seven suspect additives card

If you would like a handy Action on Additives plastic card, listing the seven suspect additives, please send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the Action on Additives campaign, 94 White Lion Street, London N1 9PF. We can supply up to three free cards to any one address, so you can share the cards with your friends.

If you would like to purchase a larger number of the cards, please email Anna at anna@actiononadditives.com for details of cost.

You can also print a sheet of ten cards by clicking on the link below.
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Do you work in the hospitality sector?

The Action on Additives campaign welcomes information from people working in restaurants, hotels or contract catering. If you can tell us more about the use of any of these additives in the hospitality sector, where such additives usually go unlabelled, please click here.