It’s critical that a natural color remains vibrant throughout the shelf-life of a product – that’s why we conduct stability testing! In this video, we walk you through the two different ways – real time and accelerated – as we test the light stability of our natural colors to ensure they remain stable throughout the shelf life of a product.

Interested in learning more about how we test the stability of natural colors? Check out the full article here.

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