Dispatches from FIE

Managing the great Southampton switch-out

By Jess Halliday

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: Manufacturing

The industry is under time pressure to remove artificial Southampton food colours from products before European warning labels are required next year. Helene Moeller, group product manager for ingredients at Wild, explains the challenges.

She explains that manufacturers need to decide between natural colours, which still have E-numbers, or colouring foodstuffs, which do not. Moreover, new flavour regulations in 2011 could mean some will have to change their labelling twice.

Related topics: Ingredients

Related news

Show more

Related products

show more

Let’s create your next special chocolate moment

Let’s create your next special chocolate moment

AAK - the first choice for value-adding vegetable oil solutions | 18-Jan-2019 | Product Brochure

The premium chocolate market is forecasted to grow three times faster than the standard chocolate segment. In addition, consumers are increasingly focused...

Accelerate your supply chain as pressures intensify

Accelerate your supply chain as pressures intensify

William Reed | 01-Oct-2018 | Technical / White Paper

Food, Drink and Non-Food manufacturers are under pressure. Range reviews, massive retail mergers, the backlash against plastic packaging and the ongoing...

Related suppliers