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Chefmaster Black Powder Food Color, 3 gr.

Item # C4300-BkMFR: 4301UPC: 802985222039
Price: $3.50
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    3 grams powdered food coloring. Use in chocolates, dry mixes and many other foods where water is prohibited. Use sparingly as powdered food colors are very concentrated and may stain hands, mouth or clothing.

    Certified kosher by United States K of Los Angeles, California

    Rabbi Yehudah Bukspan, Supervisor


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3 grams powdered food coloring. Use in chocolates, dry mixes and many other foods where water is prohibited. Use sparingly as powdered food colors are very concentrated and may stain hands, mouth or clothing.

Certified kosher by United States K of Los Angeles, California

Rabbi Yehudah Bukspan, Supervisor


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Features
Decoration Type Powder Food Color
Color Black
Dimensions and Weights
Bottle Size 3 gr.
Chefmaster Black Powder Food Color, 3 gr.
Average Customer Rating
(8 reviews)
58
Chef Master Black Powder Food Color Great for food coloring. Leaves no bitter taste. Highly recommend.
By Kathy Lemly, North Carolina on November 22, 2021
Used to Tint Powdered Sugar I used red and green to tint powdered sugar and it worked fine, and added no moisture to the sugar. Although the colors turned out more pink and mint green, I liked the soft colors. I didn't want to add more but I imagine the colors would be more intense if I had. Very nice product!
By HarmonyCat, NY on December 30, 2017
How to use powder colors Excellent if you use it right
Bought this item because I was trying to get pitch black color. When added to fondant, make sure to add a drop of hot water to dilute powder color, otherwise what you get is dirty purple-gray
By Cake decorator, new york on May 6, 2015