Reviewed By: Diane
Posted: Friday, May 8, 2009
Location: Williamsport, PA
Comments: This color was blue not green in any way.
FNWL Response: Diane, indeed, this particular additive resembles a blue-green or aquamarine, depending on the amount of dye used. We go by the standardized name for the color additive, but also include photos to demonstrate the what the final color resembles when used in an actual product.
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