Food colorants

Food colorants is a group of natural or synthetic colorants used for creating marketable appearance of goods that have lost their color during the processing or ones that had no color initially.

Food colorants can be divided into two sorts: natural and synthetic ones.

Natural food colorants are obtained from plants, animals and microorganisms.

Synthetic food colorants are produced chemically and often have no natural analogs. Synthetic colorants cause a number of advantages to the manufacturer in comparison with the natural ones, and hence they are much more popular: they are cheaper, have longer shelf life and more vibrant colors.


Natural colorants

The beta-carotenes are a group of liquid fat-soluble natural colorants.
Color: yellow. Enrich end products with vitamin A. Are used in production of fat-and-oil products, confectionery, and bakery.

Caramel colorant is a liquid or powder water-soluble food colorant. It confers deep brown color with reddish tint. Is used for production of beer, grape vinegar, soups, sauces, liquid yeast extracts, bread, sponge-cakes, caramelized milk, fillings, pet food, chicken broth cubes, quick-cooking noodles.


Synthetic colorants

Powdery water-soluble colorants. Are used for production of beverages, confectionary and bakery, desserts, ice-cream, fruit, vegetables and their derivatives, for production of chewing-gum, meat and forcemeat semi-products, sauces, ketchups, desserts, ice-cream, macaroni, puddings, canned fruits, fish- and meat products, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and detergents.

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