Sugarflair Tartranil Paste POPPY RED Food Colouring
Edible Paste / Gel Food Colouring From Sugarflair - POPPY RED
Poppy Red from the Sugarflair Colours range of Paste / Gel colours makes a pale peachy pink tint in small amounts but when more is added makes a bright red colour. Great for cake decorating, sugar flower making and other sugarcraft projects.
Tartranil food colours are similar to the Spectral range except they are all tartrazine free. These food colours are sold in a 25 gram tub.
The Tartranil Range is available in 4 colours as an alternative to those who may have allergy problems with the tartrazine food dye.Tartrazine is a yellow food colour that is added to some colours but it has been linked with allergies in some children. If you have any concerns, this would be the range to add in place of the Spectral equivalents.
The best before date is guaranteed to be at least a year and in most cases it is more likely to be 2 or 3 years! As this is a best before date and not a sell by date you can even continue to use the the product for some considerable time after this date - it does not 'go off' but may start to lose some of it's colour or become lumpier as it gets older.
Sugarflair Tartranil Paste colour is perfect for colouring pastes of all types including sugarpaste, mexican paste, modelling pastes, playdough and many others.
Professional Quality, Highly concentrated 100% Edible Food Colouring.
Instructions and Tips for Use
Sugarflair Paste Colours are ideal for colouring sugarpaste and flower paste as they are concentrated and therefore do not make the paste sticky. They are also suitable for all other types of sugarcraft and dough work.
You can also mix colours by adding small amounts of different paste colours to give even more fabulous colours! Really versatile and great value for money.
- POPPY RED - E124 Ponceau 4R, E104 Quinoline Yellow
Fat Free - Gluten Free - Nut Free - GM Free
Suitable for those on Vegetarian and Kosher diets.
They contain a small amount of alcohol in the form of Propelyne Glycol.