Peruvian berry can replace synthetic food pigments

04/7/2008 | FoodNavigator

The Peruvian berry can offer food manufacturers an alternative to synthetic pigments. Research shows that the dried seeds of the berry produced a "bright, stable" color that can be used in products such as yogurt.

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