How to use Colour Mill Food Colouring
Shake the bottle well before opening. Add food colouring to your mix one drop at a time until you reach your desired change. Mix well.
Artificial Colours Information
This particular Colour Mill product may not contain these ingredients, but you should know that across the entire Colour Mill range, you may find shades that include colours E102, E104, E110, E122 & E129. Research has shown these artificial colours may be linked to hyperactivity in children.
We have shared the ingredients for this particular shade of food colouring in the product description so you can check for these additives.
Please note that while we strive to provide accurate product information, manufacturers may occasionally alter their ingredient lists. Therefore, it is always recommended to read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. If you have any safety concerns or need further information, please refer to the label or contact the manufacturer.