Safflower Blooms with Ingredient Possibilities 


Jill Frank

The safflower plant is primarily grown for its seeds, it also has uses as a color and flavor for foods as well as other industries such as cosmetics and textiles. Learn about how safflower petals, seeds and oil may be used for multiple applications in this article from industry expert Jill Frank.



Jill Frank has been a food industry expert for Prospector since January of 2013. Jill serves as a consultant to all departments and monitors food industry trends and regulatory changes around the world. Prior to joining Prospector, Jill held positions with DuPont Nutrition & Health and Gerber Products Company, among others. Jill holds a B.S. in Bakery Science and Management from Kansas State University, and she is a Certified Food Scientist.