• GNT will showcase its plant-based EXBERRY colour concentrates made from edible fruits, vegetables, and plantswith an array of food and drink products at Fi Asia Thailand 2023.
    GNT will showcase its plant-based EXBERRY colour concentrates made from edible fruits, vegetables, and plantswith an array of food and drink products at Fi Asia Thailand 2023.
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GNT will showcase its plant-based EXBERRY colour concentrates made from edible fruits, vegetables, and plants along with an array of food and drink products at Fi Asia Thailand 2023.

EXBERRY concentrates are created from edible fruits, vegetables, and plants using physical processing methods such as chopping and boiling. Based on the concept of colouring food with food, they can deliver a full spectrum of shades and are suitable for almost any food and beverage application.

At Fi Asia Thailand, GNT will demonstrate how EXBERRY can be used to create eye-catching food and drink with clean and clear labels. The GNT stand will feature a wide variety of products coloured with EXBERRY.

The company’s technical experts will also be on hand throughout the event to offer advice on how plant-based colors can be used to meet individual project requirements.

Victor Foo, GNT GM for APAC, said modern shoppers wanted natural food and drink products that also delivered strong visual impact.

“EXBERRY is a consumer-friendly solution that can deliver a rainbow of spectacular shades in almost any application. We’re looking forward to showing Fi Asia Thailand visitors the vast potential of our plant-based colors,” said Foo.

Fi Asia Thailand takes place at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre in Bangkok.

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