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mau-mau seeds

Mau-mau seeds

The ICAR-Indian Institute of Seed Science, Mau rejoiced the International Yoga Day with full craze and enthusiasm.

Dr. Dinesh K. Agarwal, Director, ICAR-IISS, Mau led the energetic Yoga Sessions under the expert guidance of Ms. Nisha, Technical Assistant, IISS.

Dr. Agarwal accentuated on the pivotal roles played by the Yoga in keeping us healthy, wealthy and wise which, in turn, helps to improve our productivity at work and keeping the stress at bay.

Mau-mau seeds

These seeds are a natural dye from the seeds of the oracle tree and can give either a yellow or a red color, depending on the ratio between the ingredients. The red variant is a fat-soluble component. As a food colorant it is allowed in the European Union under E-160b.

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Annatto Seeds

Annatto seeds is a natural colorant that is very suitable for mixing with food. It gives a natural red color to your dishes.

This product is a natural dye that is traditionally used in various products like the British Cheddar cheese, but also in the English blue cheese Shropshire Blue. The yellow variant also occurs in the well-known Custard powders. In the Philippines, this powder is used to give various meat dishes a red color, think of the tapa and longanisa dishes.


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