27
Oct
2008
The concentrate of Sambucus nigra fruit is a good food color.
Curiosity

University Lower Danube of Galati has conducted a study that refers to obtaining concentrates from elderberry (Sambucus nigra) and characterize their chromatic and phenol. Obtained from elderberry concentrate is characterized by a high content of anthocyanins and a high power of color. Shock fruits rich in anthocyanins are considered sources and can be used in the production of red dye for the food industry.

Juice is made from ripened fruit of Sambucus nigra by pressing.

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