GNT unveils its plant-based EXBERRY® Colouring Foods

GNT will highlight how EXBERRY® Colouring Foods can be used to tap into today’s biggest trends when the company returns to Fi Europe at Messe Frankfurt (30 November–2 December 2021).

Located at booth 31C40, GNT’s experts will be available to talk to manufacturers about how the company’s vast range of plant-based EXBERRY® concentrates can be used to maximize products’ appeal.

A variety of market examples will be on show to demonstrate the ways in which some of the world’s leading brands are using Colouring Foods to develop vibrant food and drink with clean labels.

In addition, GNT will put the spotlight on the raw materials used to create EXBERRY®. These non-GMO fruit, vegetables and plants are grown by farmers working as part of the company’s vertical supply chain using natural and sustainable methods.

Petra Thiele, Managing Director at GNT Europe GmbH, said: “EXBERRY® Colouring Foods are a perfect solution for the modern market, delivering spectacular shades from across the rainbow while maintaining completely clean and clear labels. We’re delighted to return to Fi Europe to speak to customers old and new about how EXBERRY® can help their products to reach their full potential.”

Suitable for almost any food and drink application, EXBERRY® Colouring Foods are made from edible fruit, vegetables and plants using gentle, physical processing methods such as chopping and boiling. As a result, they are ideal for clean and clear label declarations.


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Editor, International Confectionery

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