Black Rice Haematochrome

Plant source: black rice

Appearance: fuchsia powder

Classification: natural pigment


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Product Details

Overview:

Black rice haematochrome, also known as black rice pigment and red rice haematochrome, is a kind of natural pigment extracted from the husks of red and black rice using modern biotechnology. The main component is cyanidin-3-glucoside. It is classified as flavonoid anthocyanin compounds.

Red rice haematochrome appears fuchsia liquid or powder soluble in water and ethanol, but insoluble in acetone and petroleum ether. It has good stability, heat and light resistance, but it is sensitive to oxidants. Sodium, potassium, calcium, barium, zinc, copper and trace iron ions have no effect on it. However, it will turn rosy if it is exposed to tin; and it will fade and precipitation if it is exposed to lead and a large amount of Fe2 +. Its aqueous solution is red at pH 1-6 and turns light brown to yellow at pH 7-12.

 

Function and usage:

1. Red rice haematochrome is safe and non-toxic, easily soluble in water and ethanol, and shows excellent coloring. Its color is beautiful and natural. It is rich in resources and has unique nutrition, nourishing, healthcare and beauty functions. It is the premium product in natural pigments and becomes one of the natural food colorants approved for use in China.

2. Red rice haematochrome is wine-colored powder, easily soluble in water and ethanol, and shows excellent coloring. It is mainly used for coloring in the food industry. It has a variety of physiological functions, such as antitumor effect, anti-oxidation, anti-allergy, lowering blood lipids, prevention of atherosclerosis, etc.

 

Packaging and shipping:

25 kg export-grade cardboard barrels as outer package; double-layer food-grade plastic bag as inner package

25 kg/barrel

Shipped by air, by sea and by express.