|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Brand Name:||Xi'an Huiji Herb Biotechnology Co., Ltd.|
|Certification:||USDA Organic/EU Organic/FDA/ISO/Kosher/Halal|
|Model Number:||Blue Spirulina Powder|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||5KG|
|Packaging Details:||Foli Bag/ Paper Drum/Carton|
|Delivery Time:||1-3 Working Days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Product Name:||Spirulina Extract Phycocyanin||Form:||Phycocyanin Powder|
|Specification:||Phycocyanin E18, E25||Part:||Leaf|
|Test Method:||Phycocyanin E18, E25 By HPLC||Appearance:||Blue Fine Powder|
USDA Organic Spirulina Juice Powder,
Food Colouring Spirulina Juice Powder,
Spirulina extract phycocyanin
Tic Tac has added spirulina concentrate to the frosty mint. Spirulina juice is the secret of this best-selling mint blue color. Although at present, most of the blue pigments circulating in the market are powdered algae blue pigments, spirulina juice perfectly avoids the dusty and time-consuming dissolution of powdered algae blue pigments during use. It is also favored by Tic Tac It makes sense.
|Product Name||Spirulina extract phycocyanin|
|Specification||Phycocyanin E18, E25|
|Test Method||Phycocyanin E18, E25 by HPLC|
|Appearance||Blue fine powder|
|Application||Health Care Products|
|Grade||Pharmaceutical & food grade|
In 2014, the FDA expanded the scope of use to candy (including candies and chewing gum), icing sugar, ice cream and frozen desserts, dessert coatings and decorative ingredients, beverage mixes and powdered beverages, yogurt, custard, pudding, cheese, gelatin, bread Crumbs and ready-to-eat cereals (excluding expanded cereals), as well as coating formulations used in dietary supplements and capsules, are required to comply with Good Manufacturing Practices. They can also be used for dyeing egg shells, but they cannot be used in the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. Standard products specified in Part 401. The European Union passed the law earlier. In their law, the blue color of spirulina must be marked "spirulina concentrate" on the product ingredient label. In China, we call it "spirulina juice."
Although the use of spirulina juice and phycocyanin in China is not as popular as in Europe and the United States, as artificial synthetic pigments are gradually replaced by natural pigments, the awareness of enterprises and consumers continues to increase. I believe that in the future snacks and beverages, We can see more unique blue food applications.
So, don’t be fooled by the name of spirulina juice. It is not a cup of spirulina drink, but a liquid blue pigment (also in powder form, generally called phycocyanin and phycocyanin). The United States is used as a natural food coloring.