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Synonyms for food coloring

a digestible substance used to give color to food

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In Ecumra, with fields boasting around 70 million tulips, the tulip leaves have also been broken off and collected -- they are used to make food dyes (and even textile dyes).
To provide a suitable matrix in which color can be seen, each artificial food dye was mixed with modified corn starch (Capsul[TM], Aranal, S.
She and her colleagues at Purdue are among those trying to look at food dye metabolism in humans.
Today's fancy dress costumes are brilliant but a word of warning - food dye is not to be confused with face paints.
According to the International Association of Color Manufacturers, a trade association for food dye makers and users, artificial color additives enhance and correct natural colors and "provide a colorful identity to foods that would otherwise be virtually colorless," as well as compensating for natural color loss during storage and providing a way to quickly identify pharmaceuticals and dietary supplements.
Yet another group found last year that a common and safe blue food dye might block inflammation.
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The Sudan 1 scandal broke in February last year when hundreds of products were recalled following the contamination of a hatch of chilli powder with the illegal food dye (The Grocer, 26 February 2005, p4).