RE: saffron and humidity - re-submitted
My apologies Bob, if I erroneously called the product I used to buy a "synthetic". It has been many years since I purchased this dye. I remember it came in powder form and was not terribly expensive. Accordingly I assumed it was a synthetic product.
From: RSRICHMOND@aol.com [mailto:RSRICHMOND@aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 1:49 PM
Subject: Re: saffron and humidity - re-submitted
Hermina Borgerink describes Safran du Gātinais as a synthetic. It's natural
saffron also - a particular geographic origin often specified in histology, for
no reason I know of. I don'tt think a synthetic form of the dye has been
made. Sounds like a job for Dick Dapson at Anatech.
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