GNT Reduces Carbon Emissions in Exberry Colour Production

GNT has achieved a 22 percent reduction in carbon intensity at its Exberry factories since 2020, the company’s latest sustainability report shows. GNT, which creates Exberry colours from non-GMO fruit, vegetables, and plants, has set out 17 ambitious targets to optimise its environmental and social impacts over the course of…

Creating Colourful Products That Cater To Modern Consumers

In 2022, shoppers are seeking out joyful food and drink experiences with exciting colours – while also paying increasing attention to products’ impact on their health and the health of the planet. Contributed by Maartje Hendrickx, Market Development Manager, GNT Group After living with COVID-19 for more than two years,…

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…

Red’s Shaking Up The Market!

GNT Group predicts 2021’s top food and beverage color trend. Red is set to shake up the food and beverage industry in 2021, thanks to its ability to spark powerful emotions, according to EXBERRY Colouring Foods supplier, GNT Group. Red has long been an iconic shade in the worlds of…

Why Clean-Label Colours Are Crucial In The ‘Plant-Based 2.0’ Era

With plant-based shoppers increasingly searching for clean-label products, manufacturers are now turning to Colouring Foods. From non-dairy milk to meat-free burgers, consumers across the Asia Pacific region are increasingly exploring the possibilities for plant-based food and drink. Last year, the value of the APAC plant-based market was almost identical to…

Snack Appeal—Five Opportunities For Fresh Snacking

Due to our increasingly hectic society, snacking is gaining in importance for today’s consumers. People have little or no time to cook or to prepare food. But food has to be fresh, appealing and satisfying even when snacking in-between meals or on the go. EXBERRY, the leading global brand of…

The Savoury Market Goes Natural

With consumers looking for more natural solutions in terms of colours and flavours, having colouring foods for even savoury products would offer huge potential for manufacturers. By Victor Foo, general manager, GNT Singapore

Drink The Rainbow With EXBERRY® Colouring Foods

New drink concepts need to rely on more than taste alone. Using colour in beverages is crucial to gaining consumer preference. By GNT New drink concepts need to rely on more than taste alone. Using colour in beverages is crucial to gaining consumer preference. As never before, consumers are ready…
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