The experience of dining relies just as much on visual cues as it does on one's taste buds, and while food coloring can help amplify the visual experience, the additives and long ingredient list can be less than desirable for the increasingly conscious consumer.
A recent article titled 'The Test Kitchen Swears By This Natural Food Coloring' posted by Bon Appetite addresses these concerns, as the writer states that Suncore Foods Supercolor Powders are often used in the viral cooking content produced by Bon Appetite. Arriving in both powder and flake form, this completely natural and organic product offers vivid dyes for "the adventurous foodie." Some examples of the retailed items include the "Aqua Blue Spirulina Supercolor" as well as "Organic Purple Sweet Potato" and "Organic Orange Carrot."
Suncore foods emphasizes transparency by featuring the ingredients in each title, informing the consumer of the ingredients responsible for the vibrant colors.
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