Our vegetable colors are made from natural fruits and vegetables which can be sensitive to acids and temperature. They are manufatured in the United States. The ingredients are non-GMO and do not include dairy, wheat or soy. There are NO artificial dyes or ingredients.
Also find our liquid colors in Whole Foods Markets in the Pacific Northwest Region.
More information in HOW TO: Using Natural Color
Link to Storage and Shelf Life Comparison of Natural Color
• LIQUID COLOR (1/2 oz or 2 oz)
Vegetable colors easy to use in icings & most products except chocolate. Refrigerate up to six months or carefully freeze for longer storage.
• GEL COLOR (1 oz ind)
Intense vegetable color with less water, in a glycerin base for those used to working with paste or gel colors. Refrigerate or freeze.
• POWDER COLOR (water dispersible - 1/2 oz ind)
Versatile, easy to use powdered fruit and vegetables from nature will keep in your pantry for a year or longer. Dissolve in a very little water or egg white then easily combine with products. Use in combination with liquid color for added intensity and shades. Can also be used to paint details.
• OIL DISPERSIBLE COLOR (1/4 or 1/2 oz ind)
Very fine “clean” vegetable powders with little to no flavor. Primarily used in chocolate, these do not mix into water.
• TITANIUM DIOXIDE (1/2 or 1 oz)
Whitener made from minerals. Dissolve in liquid, use in chocolate, add to products or use as a paint for accents.
Create strong, bold colors by painting the surface of firm icing, modeling chocolate, and cookies with brilliant vegetable colors from nature.
$5.95Radish, beet and paprika oil (oleorosin of paprika) make this deep red color. Pictured: one container of red used in 6 ounces or 1/2 cup of white chocolate.
Price From: $4.25Natural black powdered color.
$26.95Berry,Yellow,Blue,Orange and Green in1/2 oz dropper tip bottles.
Price From: $5.25Natural purple powdered color from cabbage.
Mini assortment of chocolate colorants pink, yellow, bright blue and purple.
A little bit (about 2 tsp /.15 oz ea.) of eight colors! Pink, red, yellow, orange, light blue, blue, green and black.
$5.95Natural orange oil from paprika creates brilliant color with just a drop!
Light blue colorant made from spirulina. Less intense but truer tone and more stable than cabbage blue. Turns teal blue with acid ingredients.
Grape makes this purple color. It is somewhat sensitive to acidity; for a bluer purple add a pinch of baking soda.