Need yellow? New carrot-based EXBERRY powder introduced

By Jim Cornall contact

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The EXBERRY range is suitable for a variety of food and beverage applications. Pic: Getty Images/KucherAV
The EXBERRY range is suitable for a variety of food and beverage applications. Pic: Getty Images/KucherAV

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GNT Group has extended its range of yellow EXBERRY coloring foods with a new powder made from carrots.

Available worldwide in addition to the existing liquid format, the EXBERRY Shade Yellow – Cloudy Powder enables manufacturers to deliver a yellow color shade in a wider range of applications.

Both the liquid and powder formats are made from carrots grown by GNT’s farmers and are manufactured without chemical solvents. The company said the ingredients ensure high levels of consumer acceptance and can provide a replacement for colorants such as carotenes.

The EXBERRY Shade Yellow – Cloudy Powder is pH independent and provides good light and heat stability, along with a 12-month shelf life at temperatures below 25⁰C, the company said.

Sonja Scheffler, product manager at GNT, said, “Building on the huge popularity of our carrot-based liquid yellows, this new powder opens up even more possibilities for manufacturers. Extensive testing has shown it performs extremely well across a wide range of applications, with great stability and a long shelf life.”

EXBERRY products are made from fruits, vegetables and edible plants using physical processes such as pressing, chopping, filtering and concentrating.

The brand provides more than 400 shades that are suitable for practically all food and drink, including confectionery, dairy and bakery products, soft and alcoholic beverages and savory applications.

EXBERRY colors are used by more than 1,900 food and beverage companies around the world.

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