Sensient now offering organic colouring foods

he presence of bio or organic products in the retail landscape in Europe has consistently been increasing over the past two decades, according to Sensient Food Colors Europe.

Sensient now offering organic colouring foods

The presence of bio or organic products in the retail landscape in Europe has consistently been increasing over the past two decades, according to Sensient Food Colors Europe. Since July 2010 the organic production logo of the European Union has been introduced and next to other regional bio logos can be found on a multitude of products across the region.

 

Given the expansion of organic food and drink offerings in the markets, Sensient now offers a new range of organic colouring foods in its portfolio of colour solutions. The concentrates are based on carefully selected edible plant sources from organic production. Originating from traditional foods, such as carrot or beet, they provide a variety of orange and red shades that are said to have excellent stability and colouring efficiency for a wide range of applications including dairy products, confectionery, non-alcoholic drinks, or sauces and seasonings.