|Praises, no criticism|
|Some praise, no criticism|
|Praises, some criticism|
|Criticism, some praise|
Note: Ratings are based on company record, including parent companies.
They are not a comment on the product itself.
|Outstanding Product Feature|
|Animal Ingredients Alert|
|The Guide > Food & Drink > Liquor > Liqueur|
This product type may contain artificial colours (additive numbers 100 - 181). There are 14 artificial colours currently permitted in Australia, which are banned or restricted in other countries. These are 102, 104, 110, 122, 123, 124, 127, 129, 132, 133, 142, 143, 151, 155 (see details in source link). [Fedup]
- In April 2011 Aldi became the first supermarket chain in Australia to banish artificial colourings from its entire range of food products. [News.com.au]
- See the Chemical Maze app and book to instantly identify food additives with ease. Comprehensive food additive information at your fingertips. [The Chemical Maze]
- For food additives derived from animal products. [VNV]
- See safe food additive alternatives. [Fedup]
The alcohol industry has been repeatedly criticised for unethical advertising of alcohol to young people. > 50 per cent of young people drink at risky levels. > Underage drinkers contribute an estimated $217 million to the revenue of the alcohol industry. > More than 4,000 deaths per year in Australia are attributable to irresponsible use of alcohol
Filtered using animal products (Information compiled by Aduki)