What’s the Difference Between Chlorophyll & Chlorophyllin?
Chlorophyll is a green pigment that is naturally found in the chloroplasts in green plants. Its abundance in nature makes it ideal for use as a natural food color. But there are several types of chlorophyll available as a food coloring and it can get
Color matching is often necessary when customers switch natural color suppliers or move from synthetic to natural colors. In both cases, we need to match the original color as closely as possible. But how do we do this? We’ll show you using the example of
Video: How We Color Match
We often work with customers that are either switching natural color suppliers or moving from synthetic to natural colors. In both cases, we need to match the original color as closely as possible. Our Senior Applications Scientist, Katie Rountree, explains
Why Do Anthocyanins
What are anthocyanins? Anthocyanins are natural, water soluble pigments responsible for the blue, purple, pink, and red colors in many fruit and vegetable sources. In the food coloring industry, they are typically extracted from sources such as purple
How Are Natural Colors Made?
How are natural colors made? Just like how natural colors come from a wide variety of places, they can also be made in a number of different ways. A lot of how a natural color is manufactured is based on whether the pigment is oil soluble or water
Why are colors used in foods and beverages
Colors are used for a variety of different reasons – from fun and playful trends to maintaining a consistent product. Food and beverage manufacturers have their own reasons for adding in colors, but below are some of the most common: Show a flavor