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Coloring That Can't Be Beet: New Food Process Replaces Synthetic Dyes

00:00 EDT 16 Apr 2018 | The Laboratory Manager

A team of Cornell food scientists has discovered a way to process natural beet juice so that it maintains its bright red color 

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