food coloring

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Synonyms for food coloring

a digestible substance used to give color to food

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For example, Gummy Bears are made with animal-derived gelatin and are loaded with artificial colors and flavors.
Last year, Otis Spunkmeyer removed all artificial colors and flavors from many of its products, which impacted its lines of snack cakes and frozen foodservice cookies the most.
They contain natural ingredients and no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
Eliminating all artificial colors from our human food portfolio is a massive undertaking, and one that will take time and hard work to accomplish.
While not an intrinsic indicator of attitudes towards artificial colors or ingredients, that sentiment towards GMOs has fallen so severely over a two-year period indicates a wider market distrust of non-natural produce.
recently announced that its iconic Com Flakes and Rice Krispies will be going all natural, with the company planning to cease using artificial colors and flavors in its cereals and snack bars by 2018.
Knudsen's Nature's Peak juices blend fruits and cleverly hidden veggies without artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.
Panera will remove all artificial colors, flavors, and sweeteners in its foods by 2016.
In April 2008, Great Britain's Food Standards Agency Board agreed that there should be voluntary action by manufacturers in the UK to remove artificial colors by 2009.
But which is worse: dead bugs or artificial colors?
Although it may be a long shot - the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has previously rejected such claims - food safety advocates are hoping that by putting a spotlight on the issue, producers will voluntarily drop artificial colors.
The products utilize natural aromas and are free of petroleum-based chemicals, sulfates, surfactants, silicones, artificial colors and fragrances.
Available in an assortment of French, French Seeded, Multigrain and Ciabatta varieties, all Panne Provincio[TM] Artisan Rolls are made with only the finest all natural ingredients, and contain no preservatives, artificial colors or flavors.
Ben Feingold reported that ingestion of artificial colors or large amounts of naturally occurring salicylates was an important contributing factor to hyperactive behavior.
The new research, which was financed by Britain's Food Standards Agency and published online by the British medical journal The Lancet, presents regulators with a number of issues: Should foods containing preservatives and artificial colors carry warning labels?