Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce
The sauce has been made in Worcester since 1835
Worcester’s MP has tabled a Commons motion to try to protect the reputation of the city’s most famous foodstuff, in the wake of the Sudan 1 dye food scare.

Michael Foster hopes to make it clear Lea & Perrins’ Worcestershire Sauce is not involved.

The cancer scare centres around rival company Premier Foods’ chilli powder, which was used in"A" Worcester sauce then used to make other products.
Ten more products contaminated by the potentially cancer-causing dye Sudan 1 have been added to the Food Standards Agency’s recall list.

The latest update takes the number of products caught up in the food scare to 429.

The alert was raised after Sudan 1 was found in a consignment of Crosse and Blackwell Worcester Sauce which was then used as an ingredient in a wide variety of other products.

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