The ones I questioned were: TBHQ, paprika oleoresin and soy lecithin. What were these ingredients? So I went home and began searching.
According to tbhq.com (yes it has a website developed by the leading manufacturing company located somewhere in India):
Paprika oleoresin turns out to be an extract of paprika used for color and lecithin is merely a generic term for the phospholipids found in plants and animals. Very simplistically they are fats derived from phosphorus which help make up cell membranes. So soy lecithin is derived from soy beans. I like soy beans. My only question would be the manner in which it is extracted in large amounts. Most commercially produced oil stabilizers are processed using hexane which forms highly toxic derivatives. There have been studies showing that hexane has been found in food products and that just can't be a good thing.