Dog and Cat Food Nutrition
on March 13, 2014

Can adding color to petfoods also add nutritional value?

Non-GMO, organic and naturally derived color additives make clean labels possible while adding antioxidants and vitamins, ingredient colorists say

By definition, a color additive is any dye, pigment or other substance made or obtained from vegetable, animal, mineral or another source capable of coloring a food, drug, cosmetic or any part of the human body. US food regulations stipulate that colors added to petfoods must be of the same…

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