Natural Colorants for Food and Nutraceutical Uses

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As our understanding of the science and functions of color in food has increased, the preferred colorants, forms of use, and legislation regulating their uses have also changed. Natural Colorants for Food and Nutraceutical Uses reflects the current tendency to use natural pigments. It details their science, technology, and applications as well as t

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ten betalain producing families have been identified: Aizoacea, amaranthaceae, basellaceae, cactaceae, chenopodiaceae, didieraceae, holophytaceae, nyctaginaceae, phytolaccaceae, portulecaceae
. betalains are found in different plant orans, they are accumulated in cell vaculoes, mainly in epidermal and subepidermal tissues.
seperate tables are noted to characterize property if betalain
 

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