• GNT's Exberry Organics Colouring Foods range has new powder products for dry applications.
    GNT's Exberry Organics Colouring Foods range has new powder products for dry applications.

GNT has expanded its selection of Exberry Organics Colouring Foods with a new range of powder products for dry applications.

Based on the concept of colouring food with food, Exberry Organics are created from edible fruit, vegetables, and plants using traditional physical processing methods. They are certified organic in accordance with EU regulations and qualify for clean and clear label declarations.

The new Exberry Organics powders include yellow, red, pink, purple, and blue shades and have been specifically developed to deliver optimal performance in dry applications such as instant beverages, seasonings, and cake mixes.

They are available in addition to the existing Exberry Organics liquid-based range, which features yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, blue, and green options. Exberry liquids typically provide the ideal solution for applications including beverages, confectionery, and dairy.

GNT market development manager Maartje Hendrickx says, “With health and environmental concerns becoming increasingly important to shoppers, global demand for organic food and drink is on the rise.

“Exberry Organics are clean-label colour concentrates that enable brands to create products that are both organic and visually appealing.

“With the launch of our new powders, it’s now possible to use Exberry Organics to achieve vibrant shades in almost any food and beverage application.”

This article first appeared in the September edition of Food & Drink Business magazine. 

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