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colorant

[′kəl·ər·ənt]
(food engineering)
A substance used to impart color to, or augment color in, a food substance.
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Chromaflo is an independent global supplier of colourant systems, chemical and pigment dispersions, with more than eight decades of industry experience in colorant systems and chemical pigment dispersions.
Object of the contract concerns the acquisition of the colourant dispenser system (1 pcs.
LycoRed's innovative new beta-carotene colourant products line is highly soluble and is available in a concentrated liquid form for user-friendly processing and production.
longa with emphasis on dietary colourant and therapeutic components which could serve as feedstock for the production of specialized natural product with therapeutic (antibiotics) or colourant specificities consequently lending enhancement of agronomical value of C.
The image stability is greatly influenced by the physical environmental elements along with the chemical of the colourant in paper, which are determined by the nature of the coating and the other ink components [5].
What also differentiates GNT's products from both artificial and formulated colours such as beta-carotene, annatto and carmine, is that those products rely on chemical additives and manipulation in order to work as a colourant, whereas GNT's products do not require any chemical manipulation to work successfully as colourants", adds Hake.
PolyOne Corporation, a premier global provider of specialised polymer materials, has introduced a colourant system that helps manufacturers of consumer goods, packaging, appliances and transportation products reduce their costs and improve performance with a new sustainable solution.
Wella Koleston was named Best Hair Colourant, while Braun Satin Hair was triumphant in the Best Curling Iron category and runner-up for Best Straightener.
Ligand field theory is important in the underlying chemistry of glazes; however, the oxides used with the silica in the base glaze can have an effect on the colourant and some colouring ions such as Fe or Co have been known to take the place of Si in the silica and oxide network.
In fact the colourant in the new version is made from spirulina, a brain food that is seemingly rich in vitamins, protein, minerals and essential amino acids.
Applications of Sequestrene or Hydrangea colourant will help them keep their colour.