New drink concepts need to rely on more than taste alone. Using colour in beverages is crucial to gaining consumer preference. By GNT

GNT has expanded its line of Exberry colouring foods with more powders that offer true natural and high-performing colours for instant beverages, pressed tablets and seasoned sweet and savoury snacks.

For the production of the micronised powders, only fruit, vegetables and edible plants like radishes, purple potatoes, black carrots, safflower and spirulina are used.

The powders have a reduced particle size of 15 μm, enhancing the adhesion properties in dry applications and guaranteeing highly homogenous and intense colour solutions. They also have good water solubility and improved mixing stability for powder blends.

The powders are available in yellow, red, pink, purple and blue, and can be mixed to a wide spectrum of colour shades.

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