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Annatto / Bixin / Norbixin D.D. Williamson Annatto / Bixin / Norbixin, a carotenoid, is extracted from the orange coloured outer coat surrounding the seeds of the shrub Bixa orellana. When it is initially extracted, it is known as Bixin. Bixin is the Oil Soluble form of annatto, the primary ingred...展开 Annatto / Bixin / Norbixin, a carotenoid, is extracted from the orange coloured outer coat surrounding the seeds of the shrub Bixa orellana. When it is initially extracted, it is known as Bixin. Bixin is the Oil Soluble form of annatto, the primary ingredient surrounding the seeds in the fruit of the plant. It can be turned into Norbixin, which is truly water soluble–reducing the need for emulsifiers or gums. This is a unique attribute of annatto within the carotenoid family. 收起
Apocarotenal D.D. Williamson Apocarotenal is a carotenoid available in citrus fruits and some vegetables such as spinach. Like beta-carotene, in the human body it transforms into Vitamin A. While beta-carotene contributes yellow to orange hues, apocarotenal contributes orange to red ...展开 Apocarotenal is a carotenoid available in citrus fruits and some vegetables such as spinach. Like beta-carotene, in the human body it transforms into Vitamin A. While beta-carotene contributes yellow to orange hues, apocarotenal contributes orange to red hues. Nature-identical apocarotenal coloring is relatively heat stable but degrades with light exposure. 收起
Beta-Carotene (Natural) D.D. Williamson Beta-Carotene (Natural) is a carotenoid food coloring that ranges from yellow to orange depending on its concentration. It is used to enhance the visual appeal of juice drinks, tropical beverages, and even desserts. Natural beta-carotene performs equal or...展开 Beta-Carotene (Natural) is a carotenoid food coloring that ranges from yellow to orange depending on its concentration. It is used to enhance the visual appeal of juice drinks, tropical beverages, and even desserts. Natural beta-carotene performs equal or better coloring compared to conventional (synthetic) beta-carotene. 收起
Black/Purple Carrot D.D. Williamson Black/Purple Carrot is an anthocyanin that works for colouring in many types of food and beverage applications and are grown mostly in southern Europe and Asia. These pigments exhibit a reversible change in molecular structure as the pH of solutions chang...展开 Black/Purple Carrot is an anthocyanin that works for colouring in many types of food and beverage applications and are grown mostly in southern Europe and Asia. These pigments exhibit a reversible change in molecular structure as the pH of solutions change from acidic to basic. This change in structure is characterized by a shift in hue from red to purple to blue as the pH changes from acidic to basic. Anthocyanins from purple carrots are more stable over a wider pH range than most anthocyanins making them ideal for yogurts and other dairy products. 收起
Burnt Sugar D.D. Williamson Burnt Sugar is a light to dark brown liquid or powder obtained from the controlled heating of sugars used primarily for flavouring and/or sweetening with incidental colour. Consumers in many regions continue to demand natural foods. In response, food and ...展开 Burnt Sugar is a light to dark brown liquid or powder obtained from the controlled heating of sugars used primarily for flavouring and/or sweetening with incidental colour. Consumers in many regions continue to demand natural foods. In response, food and beverage manufacturers are formulating with simple, clean label options — including “Burnt Sugar” and “Colour: Plain Caramel.” Applications include baked goods, breakfast cereals, dessert toppings, sauces, seasonings, coffee drinks and confectionery products. 收起
Calcium Carbonate (Natural Type) D.D. Williamson Calcium Carbonate is a white powder found in nature in mineral sources such as calcite, limestone and marble. It adds color to foods and firming properties to vegetables. It is insoluble in water but may be emulsified to disperse in water. It may be produ...展开 Calcium Carbonate is a white powder found in nature in mineral sources such as calcite, limestone and marble. It adds color to foods and firming properties to vegetables. It is insoluble in water but may be emulsified to disperse in water. It may be produced by the precipitation of calcium ions with carbonate ions. The European Union (EU) has approved calcium carbonate as a food coloring. Some other regions do not allow its use as a color additive. 收起
Caramel Color 050 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 055 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 055 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 055 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 055 (Class Four) is a dark brown, water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derive...展开 Caramel Color 055 (Class Four) is a dark brown, water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 065 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 065 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 065 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 105 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 105 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 105 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 108 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 108 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 108 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 111 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 111 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 111 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 112 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 112 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 112 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 135 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 135 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 135 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 170 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 170 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 170 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 173 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 173 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 173 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 190 (Class Two) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 190 (Class Two) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natura...展开 Caramel Color 190 (Class Two) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 200 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 200 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 200 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 201 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 201 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 201 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 202 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 202 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 202 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 203 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 203 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 203 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 210 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 210 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 210 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 250 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 250 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 250 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 252 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 252 (Class Three) is a brown, water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived fr...展开 Caramel Color 252 (Class Three) is a brown, water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 300 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 300 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 300 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 301 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 301 (Class Three) is a reddish brown, water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, de...展开 Caramel Color 301 (Class Three) is a reddish brown, water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 303 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 303 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 303 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 373 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 373 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 373 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 376 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 376 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 376 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 377 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 377 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 377 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 385 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 385 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 385 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 520 (Class One) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 520 (Class One) is water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural ...展开 Caramel Color 520 (Class One) is water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 525 (Class One) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 525 (Class One) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natura...展开 Caramel Color 525 (Class One) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 526 (Class One) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 526 (Class One) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natura...展开 Caramel Color 526 (Class One) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 528 (Class One) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 528 (Class One) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natura...展开 Caramel Color 528 (Class One) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 570 (Class One) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 570 (Class One) is a light brown, water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derive...展开 Caramel Color 570 (Class One) is a light brown, water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 574 (Class One) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 574 (Class One) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natura...展开 Caramel Color 574 (Class One) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 600 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 600 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 600 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 602 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 602 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 602 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 603 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 603 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 603 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 605 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 605 (Class Four) is a dark brown, water soluble powder, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derive...展开 Caramel Color 605 (Class Four) is a dark brown, water soluble powder, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 607 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 607 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 607 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 608 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 608 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 608 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 610 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 610 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 610 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 624 (Class One) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 624 (Class One) is a water soluble powder, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natura...展开 Caramel Color 624 (Class One) is a water soluble powder, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 626 (Class One) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 626 (Class One) is a water soluble powder, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natura...展开 Caramel Color 626 (Class One) is a water soluble powder, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 640 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 640 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 640 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 642 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 642 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 642 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 643 (Class Three) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 643 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natu...展开 Caramel Color 643 (Class Three) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramel Color 663 (Class Four) D.D. Williamson Caramel Color 663 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natur...展开 Caramel Color 663 (Class Four) is a water soluble liquid, used to color food and beverage products. Caramel color results from the controlled heat treatment or cooking of carbohydrates (nutritive sweeteners, such as glucose and sucrose, derived from natural carbohydrate sources including corn, wheat and sugar). This process is called “caramelization.” Caramel color ingredients are the world’s most widely consumed food coloring by weight and can be commercially produced for food and beverage products. 收起
Caramelized Mirepoix D.D. Williamson Caramelized Mirepoix is manufactured from 100% vegetable juice concentrates, it adds complex, rich and well-rounded savory notes to soups, sauces, marinades, dips, and frozen meals. Its brown hue has red undertones. Customers can label “caramelized vegeta...展开 Caramelized Mirepoix is manufactured from 100% vegetable juice concentrates, it adds complex, rich and well-rounded savory notes to soups, sauces, marinades, dips, and frozen meals. Its brown hue has red undertones. Customers can label “caramelized vegetable juice concentrates”, “caramelized onion, carrot and celery concentrates” or “natural flavor”. 收起
Caramelized Onion D.D. Williamson Caramelized Onion is manufactured from 100% onion juice concentrate, it adds savory onion notes to soups, sauces, dips, marinades, and frozen meals. Its hue is a deep brown. Customers may label “caramelized onion juice concentrate” or “natural flavor”. Th...展开 Caramelized Onion is manufactured from 100% onion juice concentrate, it adds savory onion notes to soups, sauces, dips, marinades, and frozen meals. Its hue is a deep brown. Customers may label “caramelized onion juice concentrate” or “natural flavor”. The powder version of Caramelized Onion adds savory onion notes to seasonings, gravies, bouillons, soups, sauces, rubs, and other dry mixes. Its hue is a deep brown. Customers may label it “caramelized onion juice powder” or “natural flavor”. 收起
Carmine D.D. Williamson Carmine is a natural anthraquinone red dye and the common term for insoluble cochineal-based pigments. Carmine hues follow the same shifts as carminic acid but will precipitate at low pH before becoming orange. Acid-stable carminic acid results in red to ...展开 Carmine is a natural anthraquinone red dye and the common term for insoluble cochineal-based pigments. Carmine hues follow the same shifts as carminic acid but will precipitate at low pH before becoming orange. Acid-stable carminic acid results in red to violet hues in low pH applications where carminic acid would otherwise be orange. Acid-proofing results from a hydroxyl group being replaced by an amino group. This colorant is utilized in the food industry. 收起
Carrot Oil D.D. Williamson Carrot Oil is an all natural orange food coloring that is primarily composed of beta-carotene.The light absorption of the conjugated carbon chain is responsible for the orange color. Food coloring manufacturers employ solvent extraction of edible carrots ...展开 Carrot Oil is an all natural orange food coloring that is primarily composed of beta-carotene.The light absorption of the conjugated carbon chain is responsible for the orange color. Food coloring manufacturers employ solvent extraction of edible carrots to obtain the pigment, they then remove the solvent and substitute it with oil to yield the final products. This carotenoid like others may provide beneficial health functions due to the antioxidant properties acting as a vitamin precursor. 收起
Chlorophyll / Chlorophyllin D.D. Williamson Chlorophyll is extracted from plants — typically fescue and alfalfa — and then chemically modified (or stabilized), displacing the magnesium from the core of the molecule and substituting it with copper. The resulting stable, water soluble colouring is ca...展开 Chlorophyll is extracted from plants — typically fescue and alfalfa — and then chemically modified (or stabilized), displacing the magnesium from the core of the molecule and substituting it with copper. The resulting stable, water soluble colouring is called sodium copper chlorophyllin. Copper chlorophyllin is permitted as a food colouring in the European Union; however, in the USA, its food use is limited to dry citrus beverages. 收起
Chokeberry/Aronia D.D. Williamson Chokeberry, also referred to as Aronia, is a deciduous shrub belonging to the rose family. It produces black, red, and blue colored berries with very high antioxidant properties. Black chokeberries (Aronia melanocarpa) are regarded for their dark color du...展开 Chokeberry, also referred to as Aronia, is a deciduous shrub belonging to the rose family. It produces black, red, and blue colored berries with very high antioxidant properties. Black chokeberries (Aronia melanocarpa) are regarded for their dark color due to one of the highest anthocyanin contents in plants. The juice, extracted from the fruit, provides red to purple hues in a variety of foods and beverages. Like other anthocyanin sources, the hue shifts from red to purple as pH increases and is most stable in acidic conditions. 收起
Cochineal D.D. Williamson Cochineal is a natural coloring that provides a characteristic pink, red or purple hue while demonstrating excellent heat and light stability. Hues vary depending on the preparation method of the cochineal extract. Using water or alcohol, manufacturers ex...展开 Cochineal is a natural coloring that provides a characteristic pink, red or purple hue while demonstrating excellent heat and light stability. Hues vary depending on the preparation method of the cochineal extract. Using water or alcohol, manufacturers extract carmine acid. Carminic acid is orange in low pH and violet in high pH. The color shift results from pH affecting the phenolic groups on the carminic acid molecule. 收起
Curcumin (from Turmeric) D.D. Williamson Curcumin (from Turmeric) is a yellow root which imparts color and flavor to food and has been used as a color and/or spice for centuries. Turmeric is produced by grinding the rhizomes of the perennial herb, Curcuma longa. Various extraction methods exist,...展开 Curcumin (from Turmeric) is a yellow root which imparts color and flavor to food and has been used as a color and/or spice for centuries. Turmeric is produced by grinding the rhizomes of the perennial herb, Curcuma longa. Various extraction methods exist, yielding different yellow variations depending on the ratio of color compounds extracted. Curcumin pigments are naturally insoluble in water; however, food color manufacturers circumvent this water insolubility by using particle size reduction and emulsifiers, which allow turmeric to be used in both aqueous and lipid products. 收起
Dehydrated Beets D.D. Williamson Dehydrated Beets are in powdered form and contains all the sugars and plant material from the Red Beets. It is not soluble in water but is readily available and is a fairly inexpensive natural colorant. The colorings responsible for the red hues are a gro...展开 Dehydrated Beets are in powdered form and contains all the sugars and plant material from the Red Beets. It is not soluble in water but is readily available and is a fairly inexpensive natural colorant. The colorings responsible for the red hues are a group of molecules called betalains. This group of pigments contains the red and yellow pigments known as betacyanins and betaxanthins, respectively. Betalains have excellent light stability and excellent pH stability. Unlike anthocyanins, betalains do not change in hue in response to differences in the pH of foods and beverages. 收起
EXBERRY® Natural Colors GNT Europa GmbH EXBERRY® Natural Colors are concentrates produced exclusively from fruits, vegetables and edible plants. EXBERRY® natural colors are ideally suited to meet growing consumer requirements for a natural product to fit a wide variety of applications such as b...展开 EXBERRY® Natural Colors are concentrates produced exclusively from fruits, vegetables and edible plants. EXBERRY® natural colors are ideally suited to meet growing consumer requirements for a natural product to fit a wide variety of applications such as beverage, confectionary, dairy and savoury. 收起
Echinacea Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Echinacea Extract is an herbal extract derived from the stems, leaves, and roots of the echinacea plant. This product exists as a yellow-brown powder. Echinacea Extract is most commonly used as an immune system booster in nutrient beverage applications.
Elderberry D.D. Williamson Elderberries today are one of the most natural ways of obtaining food coloring's for food and beverages. The juice coloring from elderberries is extracted from the berry and then concentrated using an ultra-filtration process. These berry concentrates are...展开 Elderberries today are one of the most natural ways of obtaining food coloring's for food and beverages. The juice coloring from elderberries is extracted from the berry and then concentrated using an ultra-filtration process. These berry concentrates are a high performing 100% fruit juice based coloring with minimal taste and aroma impact. 收起
Epimedium Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Epimedium Extract is an herbal extract derived from the branches and leaves of the Epimedium plant. This product has a CAS # of 489-32-7 and exists as a yellow-brown, fine powder. Epimedium Extract is most commonly used as an additive in health food and...展开 Epimedium Extract is an herbal extract derived from the branches and leaves of the Epimedium plant. This product has a CAS # of 489-32-7 and exists as a yellow-brown, fine powder. Epimedium Extract is most commonly used as an additive in health food and beverage applications. 收起
Garcinia Cambogia Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Garcinia Cambogia Extract is an herbal extract derived from the peel of the Garcinia Cambogia plant. This product has a CAS # of 90045-23-1, is water-soluble, and exists as a brownish-yellow powder. Garcinia Cambogia Extract is most commonly used as an ...展开 Garcinia Cambogia Extract is an herbal extract derived from the peel of the Garcinia Cambogia plant. This product has a CAS # of 90045-23-1, is water-soluble, and exists as a brownish-yellow powder. Garcinia Cambogia Extract is most commonly used as an additive in dairy product and various beverage applications. 收起
Garlic Extract (Allicin) Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Garlic Extract (Allicin) is a food additive derived from the bulb of the garlic plant. This product has a CAS # of 539-86-6 and exists in a light yellow, fine powder form. Garlic Extract (Allicin) is most commonly used as a flavor enhancer in biscuit, b...展开 Garlic Extract (Allicin) is a food additive derived from the bulb of the garlic plant. This product has a CAS # of 539-86-6 and exists in a light yellow, fine powder form. Garlic Extract (Allicin) is most commonly used as a flavor enhancer in biscuit, bread, meat product, and any other applications wherever a garlic-type flavor is required. 收起
Ginger Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Ginger Extract is an herbal extract derived from the root of the ginger plant. This product exists in a yellow brown powder form with a characteristic ginger-type odor. Ginger Extract is most commonly used as a natural flavor enhancer in a variety of fo...展开 Ginger Extract is an herbal extract derived from the root of the ginger plant. This product exists in a yellow brown powder form with a characteristic ginger-type odor. Ginger Extract is most commonly used as a natural flavor enhancer in a variety of food applications. 收起
Ginkgo Leaves Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Ginkgo Leaves Extract is an herbal extract derived from the leaves of the Ginkgo Bilboa plant. This product has a CAS # of 90045-36-6 and exists as a yellow-brown powder with the characteristic odor of ginkgo. Ginkgo Leaves Extract is most commonly used...展开 Ginkgo Leaves Extract is an herbal extract derived from the leaves of the Ginkgo Bilboa plant. This product has a CAS # of 90045-36-6 and exists as a yellow-brown powder with the characteristic odor of ginkgo. Ginkgo Leaves Extract is most commonly used in functional food applications to regulate blood lipids and protect vascular endothelial tissue. 收起
Ginseng Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Ginseng Extract is an herbal extract derived from the roots, stems, and leaves of the Panax Ginseng plant. This product exists in a light yellow, fine powder form with an odor characteristic to that of ginseng. Ginseng Extract is most commonly used as a...展开 Ginseng Extract is an herbal extract derived from the roots, stems, and leaves of the Panax Ginseng plant. This product exists in a light yellow, fine powder form with an odor characteristic to that of ginseng. Ginseng Extract is most commonly used as a food additive to provide anti-fatigue and anti-aging benefits to various food products. 收起
Grape Juice Concentrate D.D. Williamson Grape juice Concentrate, an anthocyanin, is an abundant and relatively inexpensive source for colouring food and beverage product applications. The color hue shifts from red at low pH to blue or purple at a higher pH. One key difference between grape juic...展开 Grape juice Concentrate, an anthocyanin, is an abundant and relatively inexpensive source for colouring food and beverage product applications. The color hue shifts from red at low pH to blue or purple at a higher pH. One key difference between grape juice and other anthocyanins is the presence of more acylated anthocyanins, such as peonidin and malvidan. The anthocyanins from grape juice concentrate are often blended with other anthocyanins in novel beverages to enhance the fruity appearance of the drinks. 收起
Grape Seed Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Grape Seed Extract is an herbal extract derived from the seeds of grapes. This product exists as a brown, fine powder with a characteristic grape seed-type odor. Grape Seed Extract is most commonly used as an additive in cake and cheese applications to ...展开 Grape Seed Extract is an herbal extract derived from the seeds of grapes. This product exists as a brown, fine powder with a characteristic grape seed-type odor. Grape Seed Extract is most commonly used as an additive in cake and cheese applications to enhance nutrition and act as a natural preservative. 收起
Grape Skin Extract D.D. Williamson Grape Skin Extract is a product that in most parts of the world is used as a by-product for wine or juice production. These grape skin extracts are a great and abundant source for inexpensive anthocyanins that are used in the coloring of food and beverage...展开 Grape Skin Extract is a product that in most parts of the world is used as a by-product for wine or juice production. These grape skin extracts are a great and abundant source for inexpensive anthocyanins that are used in the coloring of food and beverages. The skin of the grape is obtained through aqueous extraction of the grape after the juice has been expressed. As the pH levels shift the hue of the product shifts from red with low levels and blue with higher pH levels. It is often blended with other anthocyanins in novel beverages to enhance the fruity appearance of drinks. 收起
Green Tea Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Green Tea Extract is an herbal extract derived from green tea leaves. This product has a CAS # of 989-51-5 and exists as a yellow-brown, fine powder with a tea perfume-like odor. Green Tea Extract is most commonly used in various food applications as a ...展开 Green Tea Extract is an herbal extract derived from green tea leaves. This product has a CAS # of 989-51-5 and exists as a yellow-brown, fine powder with a tea perfume-like odor. Green Tea Extract is most commonly used in various food applications as a natural antioxidant, an anti-staling agent, and as an anti-fading agent. 收起
Hawthorn Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Hawthorn Extract is an herbal extract derived from the fruit and leaves of the Hawthorn plant. This product exists as a yellow-brown powder with a characteristic hawthorn-type odor. Hawthorn Extract is most commonly used as an additive in functional foo...展开 Hawthorn Extract is an herbal extract derived from the fruit and leaves of the Hawthorn plant. This product exists as a yellow-brown powder with a characteristic hawthorn-type odor. Hawthorn Extract is most commonly used as an additive in functional food applications. 收起
Hibiscus D.D. Williamson Hibiscus extract is a red food coloring that is obtained through the flower named Hibiscus Subdariffa. Manufacturers produce the hibiscus extract through an aqueous extraction of the flower's dried outer portions which is called Calyx. The dried flower of...展开 Hibiscus extract is a red food coloring that is obtained through the flower named Hibiscus Subdariffa. Manufacturers produce the hibiscus extract through an aqueous extraction of the flower's dried outer portions which is called Calyx. The dried flower often provides all natural flavors for tea and other beverages. Like other anthocyanin sources the hibiscus is mostly stable in acidic conditions and its hue shifts from red to purple as the pH levels increase. 收起
L-Arabinose Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. L-Arabinose is a food additive in a colorless to white, crystalline powder form. This product has a CAS # of 87-72-9. L-Arabinose is most commonly used as an additive in health and functional food applications to help promote weight loss.
L-Arginine-L-Aspartate Chongqing Trust Long Co., Ltd. L-Arginine-L-Aspartate is an amino acid in a white granular or white powder form. This product has a CAS number of 7675-83-4. L-Arginine-L-Aspartate is most commonly used as a functional food additive.
Lycopene D.D. Williamson Lycopene is an all natural red food coloring agent that belongs to the carotenoid group. There are many different varieties of food that you can find use Lycopene like fruits, vegetables, and microorganisms. The European Union has approved lycopene extrac...展开 Lycopene is an all natural red food coloring agent that belongs to the carotenoid group. There are many different varieties of food that you can find use Lycopene like fruits, vegetables, and microorganisms. The European Union has approved lycopene extracted from tomatoes (E160d(ii), extracted from Blakeslea trispora (160d(iii)), and produced synthetically (160d(i)). The FDA in the United States has approved only lycopene sourced from tomatoes as a color additive in foods. 收起
Lycopene (Oil) Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Lycopene (Oil) is a food additive derived from the fruit of the tomato plant. This product has a CAS # of 502-65-8 and exists as a reddish-brown oily liquid. Lycopene (Oil) is most commonly used to enhance the amount of beta-carotene and Vitamin E in va...展开 Lycopene (Oil) is a food additive derived from the fruit of the tomato plant. This product has a CAS # of 502-65-8 and exists as a reddish-brown oily liquid. Lycopene (Oil) is most commonly used to enhance the amount of beta-carotene and Vitamin E in various food applications. 收起
Lycopene (Powder) Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Lycopene (Powder) is a food additive derived from the fruit of the tomato plant. This product has a CAS # of 502-65-8 and exists as a reddish-brown powder. Lycopene (Powder) is most commonly used to enhance the amount of beta-carotene and Vitamin E in v...展开 Lycopene (Powder) is a food additive derived from the fruit of the tomato plant. This product has a CAS # of 502-65-8 and exists as a reddish-brown powder. Lycopene (Powder) is most commonly used to enhance the amount of beta-carotene and Vitamin E in various food applications. 收起
Marigold Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Marigold Extract is an herbal extract derived from the petals of the Marigold plant. This product has a CAS # of 127-40-2 and exists as a reddish-orange to yellow, fine powder. Marigold Extract is most commonly used as an additive in various food applic...展开 Marigold Extract is an herbal extract derived from the petals of the Marigold plant. This product has a CAS # of 127-40-2 and exists as a reddish-orange to yellow, fine powder. Marigold Extract is most commonly used as an additive in various food applications to enhance nutrition and color. 收起
Mulberry Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Mulberry Extract is an herbal extract derived from the fruit of the mulberry plant. This product has a CAS # of 84082-34-8 and exists as a reddish-purple, fine powder with the characteristic odor of the mulberry fruit. Mulberry Extract is most commonly ...展开 Mulberry Extract is an herbal extract derived from the fruit of the mulberry plant. This product has a CAS # of 84082-34-8 and exists as a reddish-purple, fine powder with the characteristic odor of the mulberry fruit. Mulberry Extract is most commonly used as an additive in various food and health drink applications. 收起
N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine Chongqing Trust Long Co., Ltd. N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine is an amino acid in a white, crystalline powder form. This product is most commonly used as a functional food additive.
N-Acetyl-L-Methionine Chongqing Trust Long Co., Ltd. N-Acetyl-L-Methionine is an amino acid in a white crystal or crystalline powder form. This product has a CAS number of 65-82-7. N-Acetyl-L-Methionine is most commonly used as a functional food additive.
Nutrifood® GNT Europa GmbH Nutrifood® fruit and vegetable concentrates will produce more color, more aroma and more phytonutrients – naturally. Nutrifood® fruit and vegetable concentrates deliver consistent levels of phytonutrients without the variations associated with nature and ...展开 Nutrifood® fruit and vegetable concentrates will produce more color, more aroma and more phytonutrients – naturally. Nutrifood® fruit and vegetable concentrates deliver consistent levels of phytonutrients without the variations associated with nature and can be used in almost any food and beverage application. 收起
Paprika Oleoresin / Capsanthin / Capsorubin D.D. Williamson Paprika Oleoresin / Capsanthin / Capsorubin is manufactured from the dried and ground sweet pepper pods of Capsicum Annum. The colorings that impart the characteristics yellow to orange hue of paprika are Capsanthin and Capsorubin. This red spice imparts ...展开 Paprika Oleoresin / Capsanthin / Capsorubin is manufactured from the dried and ground sweet pepper pods of Capsicum Annum. The colorings that impart the characteristics yellow to orange hue of paprika are Capsanthin and Capsorubin. This red spice imparts flavor and the color of food, paprika color compounds can also be solvent extracted to produce paprika oleoresin, a purified form of the coloring compounds. Paprika and paprika oleoresin are both stable to heat but sensitive to light and alkaline conditions. The pigments are naturally insoluble in water, especially the oleoresin. Food coloring manufacturers circumvent this through emulsification, allowing paprika to be used in both aqueous and lipid products. Food and beverage companies commonly use the oil soluble form of paprika oleoresin for coloring. 收起
Pine Bark Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Pine Bark Extract is an herbal extract derived from the bark of the pine tree. This product has a CAS # of 84929-27-1 and exists as a reddish brown powder with a characteristic pine-type odor. Pine Bark Extract is most commonly used as a supplement in v...展开 Pine Bark Extract is an herbal extract derived from the bark of the pine tree. This product has a CAS # of 84929-27-1 and exists as a reddish brown powder with a characteristic pine-type odor. Pine Bark Extract is most commonly used as a supplement in various food applications. 收起
Polygonum Cuspidatum Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Polygonum Cuspidatum Extract is an herbal extract derived from the rhizomes of the Polygonum Cuspidatum plant. This product has a CAS # of 501-36-0 and exists as a white to yellow-brown, fine powder. Polygonum Cuspidatum Extract is most commonly used as...展开 Polygonum Cuspidatum Extract is an herbal extract derived from the rhizomes of the Polygonum Cuspidatum plant. This product has a CAS # of 501-36-0 and exists as a white to yellow-brown, fine powder. Polygonum Cuspidatum Extract is most commonly used as an additive in various food applications. 收起
Pomegranate Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Pomegranate Extract is an extract derived from the peel of the pomegranate fruit. This product has a CAS # of 476-66-4 and exists as a gray-brown, fine powder with an odor characteristic to that of the pomegranate fruit. Pomegranate Extract is most comm...展开 Pomegranate Extract is an extract derived from the peel of the pomegranate fruit. This product has a CAS # of 476-66-4 and exists as a gray-brown, fine powder with an odor characteristic to that of the pomegranate fruit. Pomegranate Extract is most commonly used as an antioxidant enhancer in various food applications. 收起
Pueraria Extract (Pueraria Isoflavones) Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Pueraria Extract (Pueraria Isoflavones) is an herbal extract derived from the root of the Pueraria plant. This product exists as a yellow-brown, fine powder with a characteristic Pueraria odor. Pueraria Extract (Pueraria Isoflavones) is most commonly us...展开 Pueraria Extract (Pueraria Isoflavones) is an herbal extract derived from the root of the Pueraria plant. This product exists as a yellow-brown, fine powder with a characteristic Pueraria odor. Pueraria Extract (Pueraria Isoflavones) is most commonly used as an additive in various food products. 收起
Purple Sweet Potato D.D. Williamson Purple Sweet Potato coloring demonstrates red to purple hues in food and beverages. Its vegetable juice anthocyanin source provides better-than-average stability, compared to fruit-based anthocyanins, due to its complex molecular structures. The Purple Sw...展开 Purple Sweet Potato coloring demonstrates red to purple hues in food and beverages. Its vegetable juice anthocyanin source provides better-than-average stability, compared to fruit-based anthocyanins, due to its complex molecular structures. The Purple Sweet Potato is extracted from the storage root of the plant. The Purple Sweet Potato juice may be used for naturally coloring food and beverage applications. 收起
Red Beet (Beetroot Red) D.D. Williamson Red Beet juice is commonly used as a natural coloring for food and beverage products, and it produces beautiful shades of pink and red. The colorings responsible for the red hue of Red Beet juice are a group of molecules called betalains. This group of pi...展开 Red Beet juice is commonly used as a natural coloring for food and beverage products, and it produces beautiful shades of pink and red. The colorings responsible for the red hue of Red Beet juice are a group of molecules called betalains. This group of pigments contains the red and yellow pigments known as betacyanins and betaxanthins, respectively. Betalains have excellent light stability and excellent pH stability. Unlike anthocyanins, betalains do not change in hue in response to differences in the pH of foods and beverages. 收起
Red Cabbage D.D. Williamson Red cabbage is a vegetable that is predominantly grown in parts of Northern Europe and Asia. The juice that is extracted through the vegetable is known as a (Anthocyanin), this colorant exhibits a reversible change in structure as the pH levels of a solut...展开 Red cabbage is a vegetable that is predominantly grown in parts of Northern Europe and Asia. The juice that is extracted through the vegetable is known as a (Anthocyanin), this colorant exhibits a reversible change in structure as the pH levels of a solution change from acidic to basic. The change in color is characterized by a shift in the hue from red to purple. Anthocyanins from Red Cabbage exhibit more heat stability than any other form and are approved for use in food applications. 收起
Red Radish D.D. Williamson Red radish is an edible root vegetable that is native to parts of Europe. These rooted vegetable contain a juice within them (Anthocyanins) that is obtained and used as food and beverage colorants. As a natural coloring, Red Radish demonstrates red to pur...展开 Red radish is an edible root vegetable that is native to parts of Europe. These rooted vegetable contain a juice within them (Anthocyanins) that is obtained and used as food and beverage colorants. As a natural coloring, Red Radish demonstrates red to purple hues in food and beverages. Their anthocyanins exhibit a reversible change in molecular structure as the pH of solutions change from acidic to basic. It is most stable in acidic conditions. 收起
Rhodiola Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Rhodiola Extract is an herbal extract derived from the root of the Rhodiola plant. This product exists as a yellow brown powder with a characteristic Rhodiola plant odor. Rhodiola Extract is most commonly used as an additive in functional food applicati...展开 Rhodiola Extract is an herbal extract derived from the root of the Rhodiola plant. This product exists as a yellow brown powder with a characteristic Rhodiola plant odor. Rhodiola Extract is most commonly used as an additive in functional food applications. 收起
Riboflavin D.D. Williamson Riboflavin is a vitamin and a natural yellow food stuff. Known as vitamin B2, it is present in many commonly consumed foods such as almonds, milk and eggs. As a vitamin it can fortify grains, baby foods and yogurt. Food authorities in the U.S. and Europe ...展开 Riboflavin is a vitamin and a natural yellow food stuff. Known as vitamin B2, it is present in many commonly consumed foods such as almonds, milk and eggs. As a vitamin it can fortify grains, baby foods and yogurt. Food authorities in the U.S. and Europe also approve its use for coloring. Applications include soups, sauces, and pasta. Suppliers produce riboflavin through microbial fermentation. In its purified form, riboflavin is a crystalline powder. 收起
Saffron D.D. Williamson Saffron is an all natural food coloring belonging to the carotenoid family that ranges from orange to yellow depending on the products acidity. Food companies mainly use Saffron as a coloring agent but also as a flavor enhancer, the spice is cultivated by...展开 Saffron is an all natural food coloring belonging to the carotenoid family that ranges from orange to yellow depending on the products acidity. Food companies mainly use Saffron as a coloring agent but also as a flavor enhancer, the spice is cultivated by hand from the stigma of the flower Crocus Cartwrightianus. Saffron contains contains alpha-crocin, a compound which imparts a distinct yellow hue to foods. A distinctive characteristic of crocin is that it – unlike other carotenoids — imparts color to water based foods without the need of an emulsifier. 收起
Siberian Ginseng Extract Shaanxi Tianrun Phytochemical Co., Ltd. Siberian Ginseng Extract is an herbal extract derived from the root of the Siberian Ginseng plant. This product has a CAS # of 118-34-3 and exists as a yellow-brown, fine powder. Siberian Ginseng Extract is most commonly used as an additive in various f...展开 Siberian Ginseng Extract is an herbal extract derived from the root of the Siberian Ginseng plant. This product has a CAS # of 118-34-3 and exists as a yellow-brown, fine powder. Siberian Ginseng Extract is most commonly used as an additive in various food, beverage, and liquor applications. 收起
Sisterna F20W Sisterna B.V. Sisterna F20W, a sucrose oligo ester, is used as a lubricant in tablets and has the same function as Magnesium stearate. Sucrose oligo esters are the standard lubricant in tablets in Asia, this is different for Europe where Mg-stearate is the standard. Th...展开 Sisterna F20W, a sucrose oligo ester, is used as a lubricant in tablets and has the same function as Magnesium stearate. Sucrose oligo esters are the standard lubricant in tablets in Asia, this is different for Europe where Mg-stearate is the standard. This is a result of the different regulations in the EU and Asia: in Europe Mg-stearate is allowed and in Asia sucrose oligo esters are allowed as a release agent. When compared, Sisterna F20W improves the fluidity of powders e.g. sugar, sorbitol. The compressed tablets produced with Sisterna F20W have a shorter collapse time and the percentage of defective tablets is lower than with Mg-stearate. 收起
Sisterna PS750 Sisterna B.V. Sisterna PS750 has an application of Non-ionic Surfactant. Trade name Sisterna® sucrose esters is a stearic acid and palmitic acid (sucrose stearate) substance. The appearance is solid white, has an odour that is Characteristic of pH : ± 7 0.3% and is sol...展开 Sisterna PS750 has an application of Non-ionic Surfactant. Trade name Sisterna® sucrose esters is a stearic acid and palmitic acid (sucrose stearate) substance. The appearance is solid white, has an odour that is Characteristic of pH : ± 7 0.3% and is soluble in water. Sisterna PS750 has a flash point : > 149C (PMcc) and an auto ignition temperature : ± 200 C. The melting point / melting range : ± 52°C (melting starts at ± 40°C – store below this temp.) Sisterna sucrose esters are produced with high quality vegetable raw materials. Sugar from sugar cane and beet, methyl fatty acids from palm oil. Sisterna is member of Green Palm and bought Green Palm certificates for the total use of palm oil products. Sisterna sucrose esters are produced by DKS in Japan, in a sophisticated plant that is dedicated to the production of sucrose esters only. The unique production method uses minimum solvents, as the purification of the sucrose esters is done by water. This process ensures a highly purified sucrose ester powder with >90% purity, while the regulatory minimum is >80% 收起
Sisterna SP50 Sisterna B.V. Sisterna sSP50 is produced with high quality vegetable raw material such as sugar from sugar cane and beets. Methyl fatty acids from palm oil (supplier is RSPO-member) . The unique production method uses minimum solvents, as the purification of the sucros...展开 Sisterna sSP50 is produced with high quality vegetable raw material such as sugar from sugar cane and beets. Methyl fatty acids from palm oil (supplier is RSPO-member) . The unique production method uses minimum solvents, as the purification of the sucrose esters is done by water. This process ensures a highly purified sucrose ester powder with >90% purity, while the regulatory minimum is >80%. The basic function of sucrose esters is emulsification but they are often chosen for their secondary functions. Some examples are the delayed staling of bakery products, the promotion of an extra fine sugar crystal matrix in candy or the creation of extra smooth delicious whipped mousse or ice cream. 收起