Natural colors have more functions than tinting a treat.
The trend towards naturalness and clean labelling results in an increasing demand for colouring concentrates, while in other cases, an exchange is necessary due to legal modifications and special consumer requirements.
Sensiet Food Colours Europe has launched a range of colours to be used as a natural alternative to traditional caramel colours. The natural brown colourings include plant-based products that are available as colouring foodstuffs complying with the new EU guidance notes on colouring food.
As consumers continue their hunt for natural products, foods and beverages with synthetic ingredients are increasingly being eyed with suspicion and left sitting on store shelves. As such, food manufacturers are formulating—and reformulating—with “natural” in mind.
Chr. Hansen has introduced a new range of all natural colours for fruit preparations, dairy, and food and beverage applications for the US market.