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Bamboo carbon black CAS NO.1333-86-4

Bamboo carbon black CAS NO.1333-86-4

Product Description: Vegetable carbon is known as vegetable black, carbon black, or carbo medicinalis vegetabilis. It is an insoluble black food colouring used in confectionery products, icing, baked goods and ice cream. European and Canadian authorities approve its use as a color additive. Vegetable carbon is produced through steam activation (charring) of vegetable fibers. The raw materials include peat, nut shells, wood and cellulose residues. Manufacturers ground the activated vegetable ...

Ellagic acid CAS NO.476-66-4 for Cosmetics industry

Ellagic acid CAS NO.476-66-4 for Cosmetics industry

Product Description Ellagic acid, a dimeric derivative of gallic acid, is a polyphenol dilactone. It can exist in free form and in the form of condensation (like ellagitannin, glycosides, etc.) in nature. It is a natural phenolic antioxidant Exist in many fruits and vegetables, including blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, cranberries, pecans, pomegranates, alfalfa and other plants. Product Function  1. Anti-cancer and anti-mutation. It can proved to be an effective anti-carcinogen upo...

Bamboo charcoal powder CAS No.1333-86-4

Bamboo charcoal powder CAS No.1333-86-4

Product Description Bamboo charcoal powder is carbon black, It is an insoluble black food colouring used in confectionery products, icing, baked goods and ice cream. European and Canadian authorities approve its use as a color additive.plant carbon black is produced through steam activation (charring) of vegetable fibers.The raw materials include peat, nut shells, wood and cellulose residues. Manufacturers ground the activated vegetable source into very small particles before adding glucose ...