This food color can be lighter or darker, depending on the amount of color put in. Mix in a small amount of food color at a time until desired color is achieved. Although the color picture shown is as close as possible to color achieved with this food color, there may be a slight difference as computer monitors may vary. Tulip Red is a "no taste" red. Many reds will become bitter after adding much color. Although this is not a bright red, add as much of this to get a decent red, and add your favorite bright red such as "Red, Red" or "Super Red". Food coloring is good for at least a year, usually much longer.
Ingredients: Sugar, Corn Syrup, Glycerine, Sorbitol, Water, Agar, Tartaric Acid, FD and C Red 40.
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