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Pink defines strawberry, yellow yells lemon, red says apple or cherry, orange defines orange and the list of colours defining the fruits continues. Our eyes decipher the fruit or flavor by looking at the colour and these beautiful dynamics have been set naturally since time immemorial. A group of 8 to 10 colours has been introduced to humans by the nature. Ignited chemical reactions have given us infinite other colours and each colour has its own set of shades from light to dark.
Types of colours are differentiated depending on their solubility, texture, and applications- food colours, cloth colours, cosmetic colours, paper colours, street colours, etc. The basic understanding between Natural colours and Artificial colours is a vital point. Food colours are one of the most important types used in the cooking industry for commercial and domestic purposes.Spilling the colourful beans of food colours lets us dig deep into the types of food colours and their applications. Based on there are 2 types of colours- Natural types of colours- Dyes, Lakes, and Pigments. Natural colours are derived from plant sources such as beet, turmeric, carrot, spinach, saffron, etc. Artificial colours are the result of chemical reactions, additives added to the natural colour, and other mixtures.
A few known artificial colours are allura red, quinoline yellow, brilliant blue, and indigo carmine. Based on the solubility factor there are 3 types of colours- Dyes, Lakes & Pigments.
Saujanya Exports provides a plethora of food colours, rich in quality at your required quantity without any compromise in colour texture and services. Let us sneak into the applications of natural colours and synthetic colours:
Natural food colours are generally derived from flowers, fruits, vegetables, minerals, etc. These natural colours are a part of organic food which absolutely harmless. With natural colours in use, no adverse effects occur in the food or through food. Natural food
colours are applied the following food recipes:
Carotenoid, one of the most popping tangy flavors with orange-yellow colour, is used to make ice-cream candies, pancakes,
jams, bakery products, seasonings, soups, and frostings cereals, desserts, and pastries.
Artificial colours are the result of chemical reactions between colours and additives. They are the human desired colours formed with just a few drops of colour additives. Artificial food colours rapidly replaced natural colours as they are cost-effective, can form desired colours,are highly accessible, and are more stable in colours. These colours carry low pH, higher stability higher colour intensity, improved appearance and balanced uniformity. There are 3 types of artificial food colours- Primary food colours, Blended food colours, and Lake food colours.
Artificial food colours are widely known for their essence, high availability, cost-effectiveness, and sharp tastes. We at Saujanya
Exports manufacture, test, analyze and trade the perfectly required food colours across the world at the quickest.u