CFR 73.90

Apocarotenal is a carotenoid available in citrus fruits and some vegetables such as spinach. Like beta-carotene, in the human body it transforms into Vitamin A. While beta-carotene contributes yellow to orange hues, apocarotenal contributes orange to red hues. Nature-identical apocarotenal colouring is relatively heat stable but degrades with light exposure.

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