Blue Natural Food Color

Blue Natural Food Color
Blue Natural Food Color
TruColor Natural Food Colors

Blue Natural Food Color

SIZE: 0.35 oz
SIZE: 1 oz
SIZE: 4 oz
Check out our beautiful line of amazing, cutting-edge Natural Food Colors! Mix with a small amount of water to make a gel and mix into your favorite recipe. You will love playing with these!
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New reduced price and larger pouches available.
Important Easter Eggs Note: These colors do not work well for dyeing eggs. Some may provide color, but most won't stick. Please get our exclusive Natural Easter Egg Decorating Colors instead. It's specially designed for eggs to give you fantastic results!

Ingredients: Red cabbage color, baking soda, vegetable gums.
Note: Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda) is derived from non-GMO cane and/or beet (NOT corn) and is used to control pH.

Allergen Information:
Additional information from the manufacturer: Facility does not process any of the eight major allergens (peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, milk, egg, soy, fish, or shellfish/crustaceans).

Misc. info: Gums include tara gum, konjak and guar gum. May also contain organic non-GMO maltodextrin as a processing aid.

Dry powders last a year or more when sealed and stored in a cool, dark place. In the freezer, they may last longer. Hydrated colors are best used immediately, but may be kept in the refrigerator for a few days or frozen up to 6 months.

Gluten-free info: Contains no gluten ingredients. Produced in a gluten-free facility.

Vegetarian info: This item is vegan.

Kosher certification: Certified RCC Kosher by Rabbinical Council of California.

Made in:USA
Each jar contains 0.35 oz, which is approximately 3-4 teaspoons of powder.
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Product Reviews

Turned purple instead of blue
We followed all the directions for this food coloring including adding dissolved baking soda to help the pH level, but we could not get it to turn blue, only purple. Fortunately I had other natural food coloring I could use to salvage our icing. I do not recommend this unfortunately.
Owner Response: Hi Jamie, so sorry to hear the TruCOlor Natural Food Color did not work out for you. Baking Soda and Lemon Juice can control the color of each individual color. We have a close partnership with TruColor and if you decide to give it a try again, please feel free to reach out directly to our customer service team and we can research from TruColor some tips and tricks.