A: The glycerin is plant based and is from palm
A: The glycerin in Watkins Assorted Food Coloring is derived from palm.
A: Our food coloring was developed and safety tested for human consumption. We do not have safety data for dogs. That said, the coloring ingredients used in the food color are free from artificial dyes and are plant based and should generally be safe for dogs as well if consumed in typical amounts. However, we would recommend they check with a veterinarian to be sure.
A: While we don’t believe that the dyes would cause irritation to skin, this is manufactured as a Food Coloring and is not intended for a Bath Bomb application.
A: We recommend wiping up as quickly as possible to prevent staining.
A: The ingredients used in the vegetable juice are proprietary; however, if there is a specific allergen you are concerned about, you may contact Watkins Customer Satisfaction Assurance team for additional information.
A: No, it does not. Watkins does not use animal-derived ingredients.
A: Watkins Food Coloring has only been tested on food. It has not been tested for making face paint.
A: Our products are not tested for use in dyeing toys or use on animals and we would not recommend using it for animals.
A: The Food Colors are not filled on a dedicated filling line and the production facility does also fill products that may contain peanuts; however, the facility does have effective procedures and protocols in place to prevent cross-contamination of products.
A: You are able to add any amount of food coloring to achieve the shade of green that you are looking for.