What are SunFoodTech Natural Food Colors
Natural food Colour is a dye, pigment or any other substance obtained from vegetables or minerals that are capable of coloring foods or drugs. Sources like seeds, fruits, vegetables, grass, beet root, and turmeric are some of the natural sources from which colours are extracted.
Uses For Natural Food Colors
Natural Food Colors are actually ‘coloring foodstuffs’ concentrates made
From fruits and vegetables such as elderberries, pumpkins, carrots and red
Because they are a colors extracted nature they are classified as food ingredients
not ‘additives’ which are represented by a number or and E-number.
Sun Food Tech natural colors are derived using a water extraction process,
solvents or chemicals are not used in the manufacturing process, and they do not
contain any artificial functional additives.
What Colors are available? 1. There are lots of gorgeous Colors to choose from so let your creativity run wild. 2. If anyone has any creations they would like to share with us please send us a photo and we will publish them in our gallery.
Natural Food Colors
Tips for using the Colors Sun Food Colors s are pH sensitive and work best in slightly acidic environments. If you are using alkaline ingredients such as eggs and milk you may want to add a some lemon juice, citric or tartaric acid (all natural ingredients). The most affected colours are pink, purple and particularly the red â€“ it goes pinky purple. We recommend testing the colours in a planned mixture to ensure desired colour can be reached prior to any important event. Please also note, that colours will fade during baking and the colour may alter due to the heat and pH of the product. We do not recommend using them in baking products without experimenting first. If you are intending to make a rainbow cake, please seek out a recipe that has been found to suit the use of natural colours. Not all recipes will give you the desired effect. We do recommend storing the product in the fridge to ensure stability in extreme temperatures and to maintain colour intensity.