UK: AG Barr implements Irn-Bru additive warning

By Michelle Russell | 26 July 2010

AG Barr has placed a "temporary" warning on Irn-Bru drinks labels over the use of artificial colourings linked to hyperactivity in children, in-line with new EU rules.

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AG Barr has placed a "temporary" warning on Irn-Bru drinks labels over the use of artificial colourings linked to hyperactivity in children, in-line with new EU rules.

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