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Grape Color Extract

Alternate Names

Enocianina, Grapeskin Extract, Grape Skin Extract

Description

A liquid, purple-red in color, that is extracted from the residue of grapes that have been pressed for use in grape juice and wine. Used to color drinks.

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Names

Enocianina, Grapeskin Extract, Grape Skin Extract

Allergy Information

Sulfites

Uses

Coloring, Antioxidant

Additional Information

During processing, sulphur dioxide is added. A small amount of sulphur dioxide may be present after processing.



Found In

Carbonate drinks, ale, alcoholic beverages, grape juice.

Possible Health Effects

Allergy Information

Unknown

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Copyright January 30, 2013 Be Food Smart, updated February 4, 2013




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