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What is Natural Food Coloring?
« on: 09. May 2022., 12:36:40 »
Though modern food production makes heavy use of artificial colors, it turns out Mother Nature has given us some great options when it comes to finding bright, vivid colors to include in the foods we eat and beverages we drink. What is even better is that many natural food colorings are derived from the vegetables many of us should probably be eating more of anyway.

Getting the vibrant color you want and increasing the health credentials of your products at the same time may sound like a deal that is too good to be true. It turns out there are a few catches, but if you choose a quality producer who can provide both consistency and quality, these potential hurdles are easily overcome.

If you are going to use natural food coloring in your products, consistency and quality of the colors and dyes will be paramount. Unlike artificial colors, variance in product quality could affect the potency of the dye. Silva prides itself on the quality of our products and the rigorous preparation process all our products undergo before being shipped to our customers.

Getting pastels out of many natural food colorings is relatively easy. A quick internet search can provide instructions for DIY colored easter eggs with natural dyes like blueberries or pomegranates. Getting a true, vibrant hue out of natural ingredients, though, takes special attention to the preparation and an understanding of how these colors will be included in the final product. Even fine powders can affect the texture of some foods.

For products like cupcakes, cake batter may be able to hide any consistency changes introduced by adding natural colorants, but in purees and juices, getting the tint you want while ensuring the texture your customers will love takes some planning and expertise. It also takes working with a supplier that can provide quality ingredients in exactly the powder size you need. This is why Silva makes many of our products available in custom sizes to meet nearly any need.

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What is Natural Food Coloring?
« on: 09. May 2022., 12:36:40 »

 

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