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D.D. Williamson Fi Europe in Paris, 2011 Preview

November 10
15:57 2011

D.D. Williamson’s wide array of natural colouring, along with its sought after caramel colour, helps sell 1.5 billion servings every day. DDW improves the allure of food and beverages through visual appeal. A trusted and recognised provider of colour solutions, the company operates nine manufacturing sites on five continents. Together we can create alluring products. FiE Stand 3B47 (in Hall 3) will display select applications of naturally derived colouring, as follows:

  Beverages
• Non-alcoholic mulled wine / vin chaud / glühwein / glintwein / glögg (Colour:  plain caramel, carmines)
• Sarsaparilla type soft drink / root beer
       (Colour:  plain caramel = acid-proof, DDW 520)

  Food 
• Processed cheese shaped for children
• Tortilla chips
• Baked, French macarons
• Breakfast cereal
• Jelly bean sweets

Presentation Module
Natural Colour – Day 1 (Tuesday), Track A, Module 1A
“Overcoming technical limitations of natural colour within the food industry”
Margaret Lawson, Chief Science Officer, D.D. Williamson
on behalf of The Natural Food Colour Association (NATCOL)

 

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