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D.D. Williamson Inc. and colorMaker Inc. announce the development of a naturally derived blue colorant
D.D. Williamson's caramel colorant measures 35% higher in color intensity
April's nutraceutical ingredient profiles inlcude roobios extracts, aloe vera, functional protein whey, and drinking chocolate.
Sethness Products Company introduced its newest Class I Powdered Caramel Color ingredient.
Demand for natural ingredients and clean labels spur new red and blue color solutions.
With a link to hyperactivity established, Europe slaps warning labels on six synthetic colorants.
Milk is a simple food, but dairy products such as yogurt and ice cream require careful ingredient selection with a knowledge of what the consumer wants in the cup.
March's Ingredient Round-Up features savory flavors and ingredients, including Kraft Food Ingredients, Cargill, Sunspice, reduced-sodium beverages, salt replacers, and many more.
Consumers are looking for more natural and organic products, and that translates into demand for natural and organic color additives.
September's Ingredient Round Up focuses on fruits, nuts and vegetables
Color manufacturers are following the "natural" trend by working closely with food, beverage and drug manufacturers to create and stabilize colors derived from natural sources.
Product developers can use Sensient's microfine natural colors to add color to products in a dry state.
Sensient Colors has expanded its research and development efforts on a global scale, and developed an Advanced Emulsion Technology for natural colors.
D.D. Williamson has developed an acid-proof, Class One caramel color for North American customers.
Sensient Colors LLC, a business unit of Sensient Technologies Corporation, has announced AccuPak, the first dissolvable bag in the food color industry.
Sensient Colors LLC has announced the industry's first complete color spectrum of clean label, bright and stable natural blues and greens permitted in the US for use in food and beverages.