Food Color & Dyeing Agent

Turmeric Food Coloring

With a natural turmeric food coloring viewpoint, turmeric colour is orange yellow color that is used to lend a yellow color to a number of Asian food preparations. Specially in countries like India, turmeric colour is used for a lot of reasons other than just adding colour to food. Turmeric food coloringpastes are used to make intricate designs on the floor at the entrance of the home. It is a mark for prosperity and well being in this community.

Food Coloring

Turmeric food coloring spice is a basically a natural food color. And that is used for the purpose of adding a orange yellow color to the food. It is a usual found basil in southeast Asia. Turmeric extracts are used in food to confirm a daily dose of turmeric in India and other south east Asian countries. From time immemorial, turmeric has been used as a coloring agent for clothes. Thanks to its firm colour properties, the use of turmeric as a vegetable dye is gaining popularity once more. Apart from dyeing of clothes, turmeric is extensively used as a colouring agent. It is also used  in the medicinal, food, confectionary industries and rice milling.

Turmeric makes a poor fabric dye, as it is not very light fast. But is usually used in Indian as well as Bangladeshi dress, such as saris and Buddhist monks’s robes Turmeric (coded as E100 when used as a food additive) is used to protect food products from sunlight. The oleoresin is used for oil- comprising products. A curcumin and  polysorbate  solution or curcumin powder dissolved in alcohol is used for water-containing products. Over-coloring, such as in pickles,  relishes, and mustard, is sometimes used to compensate for fading. In combination with annatto (E160b), turmeric has been used to color cheeses, yogurt, dry mixes, salad dressings, winter butter and margarine. Turmeric is used to give a yellow colour to some made mustards, canned chicken broths, and other foods.