Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Animals, Agriculture & Food
Animals Agriculture Food
Insoluble And Dispersible Protein And Dye-Containing Particles For Use As Colorants
WARF: P180029US02

Inventors: Richard Hartel, Hassan Firoozmand


The Invention
Colorant particles made from an insoluble protein-based substrate to which a dye is adsorbed are disclosed. The colorant particles are highly dispersible onto solid surfaces or within liquid systems, and thus can be used as substitutes for the alumina-based lake particles that are conventionally used as colorants in consumer products, such as food or beverage products, cosmetic products, pharmaceutical products, nutraceutical products, or toys.
Additional Information
For More Information About the Inventors
For current licensing status, please contact Mark Staudt at [javascript protected email address] or 608-960-9845

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