Colouring Food With Food

With clean labels becoming increasingly important to consumers, the choice of colourant may limit food and drink products’ appeal. Plant-based food ingredients with colouring properties can provide an ideal choice for the modern market. Contributed by Nattakan Sornritchingchai, Senior Technical Sales Manager, GNT Modern consumers want their food and drink…

Plant-Based Colours Can Bring The Best Out Of Better-For-You Confectionery

Chemical-sounding colouring ingredients can undermine confectionery’s better-for-you credentials. Plant-based colouring concentrates can be used to deliver powerful shades and maximize your products’ appeal, writes Nattakan Sornritchingchai, Senior Technical Sales Manager at GNT Singapore. The better-for-you trend has had a major impact on the food and drink industry in recent years…

Colourfully Natural

Asian consumers wish for colourful but natural food and beverages, revealed a global survey. Besides this, what else should food and beverage manufacturers take note of and expect for the future? By Victor Foo, general manager, GNT Singapore.
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