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  • How To Colour Your Baked Goods Naturally

    02/23/17 ,via Huffington Post Canada

    Remember that rumour about red food colouring being made of crushed bugs? Well it's true. Using bugs as red food dye has been around for centuries. Other food colours are made from synthetic or chemical agents. Depending on the types of food being 

  • Ube desserts are the latest international food trend

    03/25/17 ,via Times of India

    While it is difficult to find fresh ube, it is processed and sold online in three forms — dehydrated powder, extract as food colouring, and ube jam or paste (known as ube halaya), which is sweetened, so that you can have it as it is or use for baking

  • Sell food with banned colouring and get shut down: MCDC

    03/08/17 ,via Myanmar Times

    Businesses in Mandalay that are selling food containing banned food dye now risk having their shops shut down by the authorities, which have launched an operation to ensure food safety. Authorities buying food items at a market in Mandalay to test

  • Seeing pink: Kelsey and Amanda get caught taking all the pink food colouring on My Kitchen Rules without realising ...

    03/13/17 ,via Daily Mail

    It's been a season rocked with controversy, after not one, but two couples were found using flavour enhancers in their dishes. And now, My Kitchen Rules is facing another cheating scandal, with Sydney mums Kelsey, 22, and Amanda, 36 using sneaky

  • There's hardly any Chinese in your Gobi Manchurian, just lots of chemicals

    03/20/17 ,via Bangalore Mirror

    Dr Sharanya Anantharamu, Medical Officer at Jayanagar Nature Care Hospital, said: “Street-side Gobi Manchurian often have food colouring and taste enhancers that are bad for health. MSG can cause attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) among 

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  • Colour in Food

    Woodhead Publishing. 2002. ISBN: 1855735903,9781855735903. 378 pages.

    Color is one of the most significant cues used by consumers to determine the quality of a food. While color is usually assumed to be a property of the food itself, it is actually the individual's response to the visual signals generated by light on the product. An authoritative reference can best explain the ways that food color and quality are assessed and how they can be improved to benefit consumers and the food industry. This book reviews how color is perceived and measured, discusses...

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