3. It might contain paint chemicals.
Titanium dioxide, a go-to substance in the paint industry to make colors brighter, is also a common ingredient in salad dressings for the same reason—it makes the ingredients (some of them fake) seem fresher. Titanium dioxide is sometimes contaminated with lead, something you definitely don't want on your plate.
Try this instead: Bradley says titanium dioxide is sometimes listed as itself on the label but sometimes falls under vague “colors added” terms. Be wary of dressings listing these ingredients and consider whipping up your own version, free of funky ingredients.
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