Natural Food Colors are naturally occurring coloring agents that are sourced from vegetable, animal or minerals. A variety of seeds, fruits and vegetables are used as coloring agents in cuisines, cosmetics and medicines. Natural colors should be stored in a cool dark place in a tight container to make sure that these do not lose their flavour and color due to the exposure to sunlight or humidity. Some of the commonly used natural food colors like caramel, saffron, turmeric, betanin and paprika among others.
There is a wide range of synthetic food colors too that are safe and commonly used in culinary preparations to make it more attractive and tempting for the palates. Synthetic food colors are offered in highly purified form and are approved under the pure food and drug act, making it completely safe for the users. Synthetic Food Colors are commonly used in syrups, cakes, biscuits, candies, ice creams and fruit juices among others. Archaeological evidences show the use of synthetic food color to over 3000 years ago and their popularity has only increased with the passing times.
Synthetic food colors make the food preparations more delectable and appetizing as taste is largely influenced by the smell and appearance of food stuffs. There are many synthetic food colors including Allura Red Amaranth, Black, Green, Sunset Yellow, red etc and are used to give richness to even natural fruit drinks like orange juice.
Blended Food Colors are made by mixing two or more food colors for the desired color result. These water soluble coloring agents are combined in the desired fashion to get the right color. Blended food colors are typically made to cater to the unique needs of the customers and are manufactured in compliance with the international quality standards. Blended colors are used in ice creams, fruit drinks, pastries and even pharmaceutical products. Some of the examples of blended food colors include pink, chocolate brown, lemon yellow, purple and pea green – to list just a few.
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Raccoon eating cats’ food, likes to mix it in the water like a bowl of cereal.
Funny how she runs off with hands full at the end.