"Suntava’s founders, entomologists, began investigating and breeding the corn for its resistance to insects. Then they realized that it was also remarkably high in antioxidants called anthocyanins, thought to have anti-inflammatory properties and play a role in preventing cancer and obesity. More, the corn could be a source of natural colorants to replace synthetic food, drug, and cosmetic dyes."
-Twin Cities Business, Suntava Takes on Red Dye No. 40
, September 2010
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