Copper Chlorophyll

Copper Chlorophyll
E-Kodu :E141

Chlorophyll is obtained by extracting from plants (typically grasses, nettle and spinach sources) and then it is chemically modified (or stabilized) by the substitution of magnesium from the nucleus of the molecule and conversion to copper. The resulting stable, water-soluble colorant is called as sodium copper chlorophyllin. In European Union, copper chlorophyllin is allowed as a food dye.

AREAS OF USE; It is used in ice creams, candies, dry beverage mixtures and other food products.