GNT will demonstrate how EXBERRY colours created from fruit, vegetables and plants can deliver a full spectrum of vibrant shades at Alimentaria Foodtech 2023 in Barcelona, Spain, from 26-29 September.
EXBERRY colouring foods are plant-based concentrates made from edible raw materials such as carrots, blueberries and turmeric using physical processing and water. As a result, they qualify for cleaner label declarations and do not require E numbers.
Exhibiting at the show, the company will show visitors how EXBERRY can be used to replace artificial colours and additives such as carmine in most food and beverage applications.
“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,” said Carla Compte, Sales Manager at GNT Iberia. “Visit our stand and get a taste for how our clean-label colors can deliver the perfect solution for your products.”
The company has a vertical supply chain to provide the non-GMO fruits, vegetables and plants used to create EXBERRY colouring foods with cultivation and harvesting monitored by the company’s agricultural engineers.
“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,” added Carla.
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