E132 - Indigotina

Aditivos: E132 - Indigotina

Functions: Colorante

El carmín de índigo -denominado también indigotina- es un colorante sintético de color azul empleado en la industria alimentaria con el código E 132. Se produce de forma natural en la savia del arbusto Indigofera tinctoria, aunque en la actualidad es producido de forma sintética.[2]​ Es la base del pigmento azul conocido como índigo -cuyo contenido es del 90% de indigotina-. Es empleado también como un indicador de pH que es azul a un pH de 11.4 virando a amarillo a los 13.0.[3]​ - Wikipedia

Risk of overexposure

EFSA evaluation: Scientific Opinion on the re‐evaluation of Indigo Carmine -E 132- as a food additive (2014/07/25)

Moderate risk of over exposure
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has determined that some population groups have a moderate risk of consuming too much E132 - Indigotina.

To evaluate your exposure to the E132 - Indigotina food additive, you can browse our list of products that contain it. See the list of products with E132 - Indigotina below.

  InfantsToddlersChildrenAdolescentsAdultsElderly
  < 11 to 23 to 910 to 1718 to 6465+
Most people
(over 50%)
      
Some people
(over 5%)
 Groups with more than 5% of members exceeding the acceptable daily intake (ADI)Groups with more than 5% of members exceeding the acceptable daily intake (ADI)   

Risk of exceeding the acceptable daily intake (ADI) : Risk of exceeding the acceptable daily intake (ADI)

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