food dye

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food dye

Any of a number of natural (e.g., saffron) or synthetic (e.g., FD&C Yellow No. 5—tartrazine) dyes added to foods to alter the colour; food dyes may cause allergic reactions.
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The product by Berto contained food colourant E 120.
This strain does not produce citrinin (mycotoxin), making P purpurogenum a potentially valuable commercial source of natural food colourant.
Many ascomycetous fungi naturally synthesize and secrete pigments and may thus provide a more reliable source for natural, "organic" food colourants with improved functionalities (3).
In recent years, production of natural food colourants through microbial fermentation is an extensive area of investigation, since they overcome concerns of unfavorable side effects by synthetic colours.
even the food, The new Burger King menu in Japan is to add black food colourant to everything.
Vitolio[R] does not need a special declaration as a food colourant on the packaging because the beta-carotene is an integral part of the fat ingredient.
VP: Orange foods, such as carrots, peppers and oranges, are rich in carotenoids - nature's antioxidant and food colourant.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) issued the alert after an illegal red food colourant, Sudan Red 1, was discovered in a batch of chilli powder.
Sudan Red 1, an industrial dye, has been banned as a food colourant throughout Europe since 2003.
When Zayed University student Latifa Al Mazroui decided to look into the prevalence of artificial food colourants in Abu Dhabi shops she imagined that 10 per cent of products she audited would contain them at the most.
The one on colours deals with chlorophylls, carotenoids, anthocyanins, betalines, melanines, natural food colourants and artificial food colourants.