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According to the FSA, that source is Essex-based spice and herb specialist Unbar Rothan, which in turn received it from East Anglian Food Ingredients (EAFI), also in Essex.
They include: East Anglian Food Ingredients, based in Clacton, Essex; Unbar Rothon, based in Billericay, Essex; and Premier Foods, based in Long Sutton, Lincolnshire.
Two Essex-based firms had handled the contaminated chilli powder, East Anglian Food Ingredients (EAFI) and Unbar Rothon
Spice and herb specialists Unbar Rothon says it learned of the danger from the Food Standards Agency's website on Friday - despite authorities having been told of the danger 11 DAYS ago.
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The source of contamination was traced back to chilli powder imported from India by East Anglian Food Ingredients in 2002 and sold on to Essex-based Unbar Rothon,which sold five tonnes of it to Premier Foods.
SPICE and herb specialist Unbar Rothan has found itself in something of a pickle in recent weeks after using chilli powder contaminated with Sudan 1, a red dye linked with cancer, in its Worcester Sauce.
Local authority food inspectors took samples and documents from manufacturer Premier Foods, spice merchants Unbar Rothan and East Anglian Food Ingredients.
The FSA said another company - Unbar Rothon in Billericay, Essex - also handled the powder.
The company which supplied the spice containing the dye, Unbar Rothon of Essex, only found out about the dangers 48 hours ago.
An FSA spokesman said Premier Foods obtained the chilli powder from Essex-based spice specialist Unbar Rothon, who received it from East Anglian Food Ingredients.
Premier Foods said they were seeking legal advice,claiming they were 'misled' by their supplier which they named as Unbar Rothon.
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