Shimmer-aid Edible Glitter (Silver) Original PEARL
Shimmer-aid:All that glimmers is not always gold, sometimes it's glitter!
Shimmer-aid is edible glitter FDA compliant glitter dust that can be sprinkled into any beverage for that shimmery, glittery effect. This specific edible silver flake even works well on food!
Made in USA in an FDA Inspected Food Manufacturing Facility. Shimmer-aid is a Vegan and Kosher certified edible glitter additive.
Shimmer-aid PEARL Use:Sprinkle in beer, water, juice, tea, coffee, spirits and more per FDA Code requirements for a fun wow factor to your drinks and even food (sepcifically for this shimmer-aid shaker)
- Type: Shimmer-aid
- Color: Clear with Silver shimmer
- Material: Mica-Based Pearlescent Pigments. The Pearl Series has no artificial colorant added.
- Shaker Size: 6mL
- Amount per shaker: 3g (0.11 fl oz)
- Food Grade
- Plain Silver Flake
- Kosher Certified
- FDA Compliant Ingredients.
- Ingredients: Mica-Based Pearlescent Pigments & Titanium Dioxide.
- Adds color dye to your drinks and sparkle with a swirling
Suggested Usage Rates:
• 0.5-1.5 g/L
Add to bright beer after filtration and roused or mixed with CO2
It's recommended to trial different dosage rates in samples to determine optimal addition rate.
Regulatory Information (FDA USA):
Shimmer-aid is in compliance with FDA-listing as color additives exempt from batch to batch certification: 21 CFR Part 73: section §73.350 titanium dioxide coated mica-based pearlescent pigments:
(ii) In amounts up to 0.07 percent, by weight, in the following:
(A) Distilled spirits containing not less than 18 percent and not more than 23 percent alcohol by volume but not including distilled spirits mixtures containing more than 5 percent wine on proof gallon basis.
(B) Cordials, liqueurs, flavored alcoholic malt beverages, wine coolers, and cocktails.
(C) Non-alcoholic cocktail mixes and mixers, such as margarita mix, Bloody Mary mix, and daiquiri mix, but excluding eggnog, tonic water, and beverages that are typically consumed without added alcohol (e.g. fruit juices, fruit juice drinks, and soft drinks).