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Carmin ( or ), also known as cochenille, extracts of cochenille, purple sea or carminsee, naturally 4,[1]C. 75470,[1] or R120, is a light reddish colour derived from the aluminum salts of carmic acids; it is also a general designation for a particularly intense auburn. It is made from some scaly bugs such as cochinilla and certain porphyrophora types (Armenian cochinilla and domestic cochinilla).

It is used in the preparation of synthetic cathedrals, colors, purple inks, blusher and other cosmetic and some medicines. 2 ] It is added to foods such as yoghurt, sweets and certain juices, the best known being the ruby one. There are other processes used for the preparation of carmin dyes in which protein, seafood paste or gelatine is sometimes added before being precipitated.

Karmin's qualities are influenced by the cooking process's lighting level and temperatures, as it requires the use of sun light to produce a bright colour. Sometimes it is falsified with vermilion, starches and other substances from which the crimson can be removed by dissolution in amino-. After drying, good crumbs should easily crack between the finger.

Reflection analysis on a commercial colorant on the basis of carmic acids showed that it mainly reflected more than about 603 nm of wavelengths[ 8], which provides its saturation. Carmin can be used as a histological colorant, Best's Karmin for coloring the glycogen, Mucicarmin for coloring the stains of lacopolysaccharides and Generic Charmalum for coloring the nucleus of cells.

The use of carmin in foodstuffs is governed in the European Union by the European Commission guidelines on dietary supplements in general[19][20] and in particular by the European Commission guidelines on colours for foodstuffs[21] and is included in the EU-authorised ingredients lists under the trade marks Cochineal, Karminsäure, Karmin and Naturrot 4 as Addit. group.

22 ] The Cosmetics Colours Regulation allows the use of carmin only for certain groups of foodstuffs[23] and sets a limit which is permissible or limited to quantitative saturation. EU Regulation 2000/13/EC[24] on the labelling of foodstuffs requires that carmin (like all dietary additives) must be added to the ingredient lists of a foodstuff with its type of ingredient and the name or number of the ingredient or ingredient specified, i.e. either as colouring carmin or colouring dye 120 in the national language(s) of the market(s) in which the foodstuff is marketed.

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Skip up ^ Mackenzie, D. (1971) A Concise Pahlavi Dictionary (p. 51). Skip up ^ "Online Etymology Dictionary". Retracted 2013-10-04. Skip up to: a d "Important dates in the history of the fabric". Archives from the orginal on 23.08.2004. Skip up ^ "E numbers: E120: Carmineal, carmic acid". Retracted 2013-10-04. High jumping ^ Bisulca, Christina (2008).

Spring up ^ Schweppe, H. and Roosen-Runge, H. Carmine - Kermes Carmine and Kochineal Carmine, in artist copigments. Highjumping ^ Plesters, Joyce (1980). Skip up ^ Greig, J. B. "WHO FOOD ADDITIVES SERIES 46: COCHINEAL EXTRACT, CARMINE, AND CARMINIC ACID". The Food Standards Agency. This type of side effects, e.g. hives, rhinitis, diarrhea and eaphylaxis, provides clear indications that there may be systematic responses to the exposition of a sensitised person to Cochenille stains.

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Retracted 2013-10-04. Platform ^ "Bug-Based Food Dye Should Be....... Retracted 2013-10-04. Leap to the top ^ "Guide for industry: Extract of Cochineal and Carmine: Small Entity Compliance Guide" on the label of all food and cosmetic products containing these colour additives. Colour additives. leap up ^ "FDA:

Archives from the orginal on 10.02.2006. Leap to the top ^ "Food additives in Europe". Retracted 2013-10-04. Skip to top ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archives from the orginal (PDF) on 23.01.2007. Leap to the top ^ "Directive 94/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 June 1994 on inks for use in foodstuffs" (PDF). Agency for Edinburgh in Ireland.

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