Highlighting the potential of plant-based Coloring Foods

Date: 13.09.2023Source: GNT / EXBERRY

GNT will demonstrate how EXBERRY® colours created from fruit, vegetables and plants can deliver a full spectrum of vibrant shades at this years Alimentaria Foodtech, taking place in Barcelona from 26-29 September.

EXBERRY® Coloring Foods are plant-based concentrates made from edible raw materials such as carrots, blueberries, and turmeric using physical processes and water. As a result, they qualify for cleaner and clearer label declarations and do not require E-numbers.

GNT will show visitors to Alimentaria Foodtech how EXBERRY® can be used to replace artificial colours and additives such as carmine in almost any food and beverage application.

Said Carla Compte, Sales Manager, GNT Iberia: “Based on the straightforward concept of coloring food with food, EXBERRY® meets modern consumer demands for visually appealing products with natural, easy-to-understand ingredient lists. Visit our stand and get a taste for how our clean-label colors can deliver the perfect solution for your products.”

GNT has a vertical supply chain to provide the non-GMO fruits, vegetables, and plants used to create EXBERRY® Coloring Foods, with cultivation and harvesting monitored by the company’s agricultural engineers.

Concluded Compte: “Our vertical approach means we can maintain the highest level of quality while also guaranteeing year-round availability for all EXBERRY® concentrates. In addition, it ensures our crops are fully traceable and grown using the natural, sustainable methods that consumers want to see.”  For more visit stand #A231, Pavilion P2, Level 0 or alimentariafoodtech.com

David Cox / IDM

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