food coloring

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Synonyms for food coloring

a digestible substance used to give color to food

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Reid, President and CEO of Mars, Incorporated, on the company's decision to remove all artificial colors from its human food products over the next five years.
Why do manufacturers add artificial colors to their products?
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.
The idea of a link between artificial colors and hyperactivity stems back to the 1970s, although the FDA has disputed it.
Asda's so-called "no nasties" guarantee means that by the end of this year, none of the supermarket's 9,000 own label food and soft drinks will contain any artificial colors or flavors, aspartame, hydrogenated fat, or flavor enhancers, such as monosodium glutamate (MSG).
We severely process many of our foods for convenience, and the result is a dangerously increased intake of preservatives, flavor enhancers such as MSG, hydrogenated vegetable oils, artificial colors, and corn syrup.
Each 200-milliliter serving (just shy of 1 cup) is ready to drink - over ice, chilled or blended with ice - and contains Jose Cuervo Gold Tequila (made from blue agave and a blend of reposado and other tequilas), triple sec, natural flavors and artificial colors.
is made largely of sugar, refined flour, salt, and additives like artificial colors and flavors.
Kathy's Family products are made of certified organic ingredients, and they do not contain artificial colors, flavors, synthetic fragrances, alcohol, parabens or petroleum fillers (propylene glycol or mineral oil) and aren't tested on animals.
There are no hydrogenated oils, no artificial colors, no preservatives, and no animal-based ingredients.
Renee's Gourmet has never used any additives such as MSG, artificial colors, artificial flavors or preservatives in any of our refrigerated dressings, sauces or dips.
Within 50 years there were 2,000 artificial colors, used to color wool, silk, cotton, linen, hair, leather, paper, bones, ivory, feathers, straw, furniture and frankfurters.
For example, Gummy Bears are made with animal-derived gelatin and are loaded with artificial colors and flavors.
However, it was the shots of the crowds and the players filmed in slow motion in stunningly stark artificial colors that were memorable.
For more than 100 years, Hebrew National has followed strict dietary law, using only specific cuts of beef that meet the highest standards for quality, cleanliness, and safety with no by-products, artificial flavors, or artificial colors.