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Natural food colouring
May 30, 2010
2:50 pm
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Forum Posts: 37
Member Since:
April 8, 2009

Does anybody know of a uk-based supplier of natural powdered food colourings? I’m struggling to find one unless they are based in the states, and then it’s just seems to be somebody flogging the stuff from their garage, which isn’t really reputable enough for where I work!

Dairy Milk is good.

Dairy Milk is good.
May 31, 2010
12:24 am
manchester, United Kingdom
Forum Posts: 18
Member Since:
October 11, 2006

Depends on the volume you need but you could try overseal


June 8, 2010
8:50 am
Forum Posts: 29
Member Since:
April 20, 2008

Home of the Chocolate Factory advertise natural colourings

August 9, 2010
2:42 pm
United Kingdom
Forum Posts: 3
Member Since:
January 13, 2006

Has anyone had any problems with the liquid natural food colours tasting bad? I have been trying to find good replacements for the Azo dyes, for months but so far the natural colours, no matter how little used do taste of what they are made from. For example the green colour when mixed with white chocolate, tastes of nettles and it is really strong. Any ideas?? Many thanks.