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BRISTOL - Researchers have recreated the waxy coatings on dark fruits, such as blueberries and blackberries, in the lab and say it could lead to more sustainable colourants for wide range of applications including textiles.

Scientists from the University of Bristol were intrigued by the fact that the fruits appear blue even though they do not contain blue pigments.

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