Chlorophyll E140 natural green color pigment
Chlorophyll E140 is a chlorin pigment found in cyanobacteria and the chloroplasts of algae and plants. Chlorophyll is an important molecule that plays a critical role in photosynthesis. Chlorophyll A is a specific form of chlorophyll used in oxygenic photosynthesis and absorbs most energy from wavelengths of violet-blue and orange-red light. Chlorophyl B is also involved in photosynthesis and absorbs primarily blue light. There are other forms of chlorophyl such as Chlorophyll c1, c2, c3 which are accessory pigments.
|Product Name||Chlorophyll colorant code E140||Classification||Food Colorants|
|Molecular Formula||C54H69MgN4O5R+2||Cas No.||1406-65-1|
|Character||Green powder||Usage||food & beverage dyeing|
Chlorophyll E140 Application range: Mainly used in daily-use chemicals, pharmaceutical chemicals and the foodstuff industry.
Chlorophyll E140 is used as a natural coloring agent. It is credited with skin-soothing and healing properties thanks to its phytol content, and has a mild deodorizing effect. Chlorophyll is the green coloring matter found in all living plants and seen in plant leaves.
Chlorophyll E140 is a colorant that is a green pigment present in all green plants. it is used in sausage casings, oleomargarine, and shortening.
Dosage: The maximum usage amount, please refer to GB2760the amount can be adjusted according to the actual requirement.