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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: coloring - a digestible substance used to give color to foodfood coloring - a digestible substance used to give color to food; "food color made from vegetable dyes"
food product, foodstuff - a substance that can be used or prepared for use as food
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When food undergoes processing, it loses its naturally vibrant color, thus the need for artificial color additives or food coloring.
According to the DG PFA, all of three factories were preparing red chilli powder by using artificial color and saw dust.
About 122 brands of Chalia (Sweet Supari) are easily available everywhere, which is prepared by artificial color and artificial sugar.
Sometimes that appears on labels as "artificial color.''
Our 2003 article showed that farm-raised salmon, unlike their wild relatives, contain measurable amounts of pesticides, antibiotics, and artificial color. Now, a study reported in Environmental Science and Technology reports that farmed salmon also accumulate much higher levels of chemical flame retardants called PBDEs, chemicals widely used in upholstery and plastics, and also found in increasing concentrations in womens' breast milk.
The three grocery chains are defendants in separate proposed class-action lawsuits accusing them of misleading consumers regarding the origin of the fish by not declaring the artificial color in farm-raised salmon.
Sir William Perkin discovered the first aniline dye in 1856, the first famous artificial color to be derived from the distillation of coal tar.
If you could choose between a product containing pears, corn syrup, dried corn syrup, sugar, strawberries and artificial color, and one containing organic apples, organic strawberries, natural strawberry flavor, and lemon juice, which would you choose?
It is carefully trimmed of all fat and delicately seasoned with Giordano's own special blend of herbs and spices, and has no artificial color. Each one is cooked to order, slow roasted on racks in computer-controlled ovens, a process that minimizes shrinkage and waste.
Green is both a highly natural and highly artificial color. It seems to signify both organic growth and disintegration.
The company says around one-third of its sandwiches still have artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, including Egg McMuffins and Filet-O-Fish.
in 2015, where it steered clear of some of the artificial colors that are allowable in the U.S.