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DDW extends EmulsiTech range

June 07
11:06 2016

shutterstock_154770068-300x207DDW has introduced clear orange and clear yellow extensions to its EmulsiTech portfolio of liquid colour emulsions. Free from synthetic emulsifiers, DDW says that the emulsions also feature an industry-leading 12- month shelf life and very good stability in heat and light. Applications for the new EmulsiTech colourings include beverages, hard candy, fruit spreads and other food products.

“We believe our novel paprika and beta-carotene liquid color emulsions are the first commercially available products with a natural emulsifier system to achieve visual clarity in beverages,” said Jason Armao, Senior Vice President, Science and Innovation.

The paprika emulsion – neutral in taste – provides a clear, natural orange alternative to either FD&C Yellow 6 or cochineal extract. The beta-carotene emulsion is available in either natural or nature-identical form. The EmulsiTech products are said to be stable in acid with no ringing in solution.

“Not only do the new colours look brilliant in solution, they also provide an opportunity for customers to differentiate on principle display panels (PDPs) of beverage and food products,” said Armao.

DDW’s mission is to enhance the visual appeal of food and beverages. Nature provides the raw materials while DDW adds 150 years of color expertise. The brilliant partnership offers a complete range of natural coloring, colouring foods, caramel color and burnt sugar with the required stability for your application. A trusted provider of color solutions for the food and beverage industry, the company now operates 11 manufacturing sites on 5 continents for customers in 100 countries.

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