Industrial Bioprocessing--Natural Food Colors

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This issue features technologies to produce natural food colors, which are essential in food production to attract consumers. Innovative technologies are required to address challenges in using natural food colors. The trend toward using natural food colors is driven by increasing awareness on the adverse effects of artificial food colors, further emphasized by recent legal requirements. Keywords: natural food colors, artificial food colors, annatto, paprika, beta-carotene, carrot oleoresin, paprika oleoresin, new plant breeding technologies, genetically modified organisms

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Industrial Bioprocessing--Natural Food ColorsInnovations in the Natural Food Colors IndustryUnited States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service, Florida, USASensient Technologies— Missouri, USADepartment of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University, DenmarkRoha, A JJT Group Company, Mumbai, IndiaThe Natural Food Colors IndustryStrategic PerspectiveStrategic Perspectives (continued)Key Patents and ContactsKey PatentsIndustry Interactions

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