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Radish Red

Red Radish Color is obtained from the roots of the edible Red Radish(Raphanus sativus L.) by extraction and refining. It is a kind of water soluble natural red color.
  • Radish Red Pigment
  • 98% Pass 80 Mesh
  • 1Kg/bag,25kg/drum
  • Red to Dark Red Powder
  • Raphanus Sativus L.
  • E15 and E 50
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Product Description of Radish Red 

Radish Red is pure natural and water soluble color. The coloring substance of pigment is mainly prlargonidin, which belongs to anthogyanins. It is easily dissolved in water and alcohol water solutions. It is hardly dissolved in nonpolar solutions. It becomes red in acid, and unstable blue in alkaline. The pigment cannot fade under light for a long time. The pigment also has good resistance to high temperature, the color cannot change with long time boiling.

Main composion:The color mainly consists of anthocyanin, which belongs to glucose derivatives of Pelargonidin.

Solubility: Easily dissolves in water and alcohol, but not in fat solvent.

Stability: The pigment’s resistance to light and heat is good in an acidic medium. 

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Natural Red Pigment Lycopene Application:

Food additives, health products; Solid drinks, dairy products, fast food, seasoning, baking, cake, snack food, cold drinks, etc.

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