Do apples have red dye?
Then, is it OK to eat an apple that is red inside?
Apples with red flesh inside (as well as out) occur naturally in some regions of Central Asia — basically crabapples. These tend to be too bitter tasting for consumption, so breeders decided to cross them with scrumptious, sweet white-fleshed apples to produce commercially viable apples with red flesh inside.
Also, what foods contain red dye?
Pie filling, cake frosting, cake mix and even some breads can contain red food coloring. Candies, fruit snacks and even some chocolate candy can have it as well. Yes, dairy. Strawberry or raspberry milk can contain red dye, as can some ice creams and yogurts.
The substance oozing from the apple is wax that has been absorbed into the flesh. We know that apples absorb sprays, so there would be not surprise that they also absorb wax. 2. The apple is actually bleeding.