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Synonyms for food coloring

a digestible substance used to give color to food

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To better understand the extent of artificial food colors in food, researchers from the University of North Carolina, Asheville, collected the food color information on 810 products they found in a grocery store.
Global Natural Food Flavors and Colors Market Opportunities and Forecast, 2020 has evaluated the future growth potential of global natural food flavors and colors market and provides statistics and information on market structure, size, share and future growth of global natural food colors and flavors market.
The most commonly used and widely consumed food colors categorized as natural colors such as caramel, carotenoid and paprika and synthetic colors such as yellow colors and blue colors etc.
Sensient Food Colors Europe has invested in a dedicated production line for Spirulina blue at its facility in Corte Tegge, Italy, which specialises in the processing and concentration of aqueous extracts.
The major drivers for the food colors market are the increased health concern and clean label foods, which have resulted in the use of advance technology and new products.
Anecdotal and newspaper reports have mentioned about passing off textile dyes as food colors by various unscrupulous traders in the country.
The food industry alone accounts for a 70% share of the natural food colors market compared to 27% for soft drinks and just 3% for alcoholic beverages, according to the Mintel and Leatherhead Food Research report.
Key WORDS: behavior, effect size, food colors, hyperactivity, vulnerable populations.
Many food companies have already switched to the natural colorings made from cabbage, carrots and beets, so why take the chance in consuming artificial food colors when natural alternatives are already available?
Under his leadership, the North American Food Colors, Latin American Food Colors and Pharmaceutical Colors and Coatings businesses achieved profitable growth.
Adding several food colors (red, blue, yellow, green) to different circuits can speed up the process of determining which circuit, and sometimes which component, is leaking.
Tint them with food colors, if desired, or leave them plain.
Through a pragmatic approach, he determined that artificial food colors and flavors, some fruits and vegetables, and even aspirin can negatively affect the behavior of some children.
Synthetic food colors can also provoke behavior problems like irritability and restlessness in susceptible children (see "Diet and Behavior in Children," March 2000).
This report is an effort to identify factors, which will be the driving force behind the food colors market in the next few years.