GNT launches new natural green Exberry colors

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Exberry products are made from edible, non-GMO fruit, vegetables and plants. Pic: GNT
Exberry products are made from edible, non-GMO fruit, vegetables and plants. Pic: GNT

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Dutch headquartered natural product company GNT has launched two Exberry coloring foods made from turmeric and spirulina, which it said provides new opportunities for clean-label greens in dairy and other products.

It said its new Shade Jade Green delivers a bright, bluish-green shade, while Shade Lime Green provides a yellowish-green hue. The products expand GNT’s range of green coloring foods, helping the company cater to the growing global demand for cost-effective green colors that support clean label declarations.

Shade Jade Green and Shade Lime Green are both liquid-based and can be used in a range of applications, including confectionery such as fruit jellies and hard-panned products; dairy products including yogurt and ice cream; and decorative coatings for bakery, dairy and more.

They also have no impact on taste in the final application as a result of the physical, water-based methods used to create the colors.

Sonja Scheffler, product manager at GNT, said, “Our new green coloring foods provide good overall performance and wonderfully vibrant shades while supporting completely clean and clear labels. Turmeric and spirulina are both well-known, on-trend ingredients, which ensures Exberry Shade Jade Green and Shade Lime Green offer widespread consumer acceptance.”

Exberry products are made from edible, non-GMO fruit, vegetables and plants using physical processing methods and no chemical solvents.

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