Natural Color Definition
Derived from natural plant roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits and animals, micro-organisms, such as the edible pigment] called the edible natural pigment, seen from the amount of food coloring in food accounts for a very small proportion, General products, beverage, wine, cake, candy, medicines, such as the thousands of several, very few or even 100,000 a few. Though widely permitted as food coloring natural pigment, but the definition of natural edible pigments and license is not the same, some substances have been identified as spices rather than pigment, so many spices are not being recognized as a pigment. In Sweden, for example, the country found turmeric, pepper, saffron and sandalwood are not pigmented, but the spices. Others such as Italy and the Netherlands, and Switzerland, Norway and other countries of the food code has a similar provision.