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Activated charcoal colours food and drinks



With black coloured food and drink making a big statement at the moment, whether it's batter, ice cream or pizza crusts, KitchenLab UK has launched Activated Charcoal Powder


Made by heating organic coconut shells to extremely high temperatures until they are carbonised, the charcoal powder has no flavour, odour or aftertaste so will have no detrimental effect on foods or drinks. It is reported to have certain health benefits, however, as it traps toxins and chemicals, preventing them from being absorbed by the body.

The powder is 100% organic and provides a means of colouring food that is suitable for vegans and vegetarians unlike traditionally used squid ink.

KitchenLab's activated charcoal is available in 250g and 500g tubs.
KitchenLab UK 023 8202 4497 www.kitchenlabuk.com

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