COMPANY DETAILS

Naturex

250 rue Pierre Bayle

Avignon

84911

France

 

www.naturex.com

 

naturex@naturex.com

 

Tel. +33 4 90 23 96 89

Fax. +33 4 90 23 73 4

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Antioxidant Chemicals and Systems, Colors - Natural, Flavor Enhancers, Flavors and Aromas, Nutraceutical and Functional Food Ingredients, Vegetable Products - Dry, Vitamins

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Naturex

Naturex sources, manufactures and markets natural specialty ingredients for the food, health and cosmetic industries. As the Natural Maker, the company actively supports the global shift to natural by directly addressing key consumer expectations through an offer built on two main focus areas: My Natural Food and My Natural Selfcare. Naturex’s portfolio includes colors, antioxidants, specialty fruits & vegetables, phytoactives, and numerous other plant-based natural ingredients, designed to help its customers create healthy, authentic and effective products.

The Group’s strong commitment to sustainability, continuous innovation process, and the talent of its people are at the heart of its success.


Articles On FoodIngredientsFirst

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Food Ingredients News  17 September 2018

IFF’s Frutarom buy: “We’re ready for Day 1,” declares CEO as final antitrust hurdle is cleared

17 Sep 2018 --- Now that International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. (IFF) has received antitrust clearance from all relevant antitrust authorities around the world, and all antitrust and competition laws have been satisfied, Chairman and CEO Andreas Fibig says the company wants to build on its strong momentum, focus on integrating planning and “provide a seamless experience for customers.” Speaking to FoodIngredientsFirst, Fibig says that IFF is on track to close the transaction in early October, which is ahead of the company’s initial expectations. 

Food Ingredients News  07 September 2018

Givaudan close to securing complete control of Naturex

07 Sep 2018 --- Flavors and fragrances leader Givaudan has confirmed that it is now close to holding complete control of natural ingredients supplier Naturex. Following the closure of the second tender offer period initiated by Givaudan for the remaining outstanding shares of Naturex, the French stock market regulator Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) has now published the results. Givaudan now holds 9,436,645 of Naturex shares, representing 98.06 percent of the capital, based on the total number of shares as of September 5, 2018.

Food Ingredients News  04 September 2018

Social media and “Instagrammable” food: Millennial influencers – a virtual reality?

04 Sep 2018 --- Social media has become a powerful asset to marketing within the food industry. As sharing food through social media becomes increasingly important, particularly for millennials, standout food concepts are thriving. All of this means that color is once again being embraced and celebrated in food and drink, specifically on social media platforms that provoke these trends. It is a new age of diverse choice, and standing out on the crowded shelf has never been more appealing.

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From TWOFI  07 August 2018

Nutritionals: Future Platforms for Innovation

07 Aug 2018 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on the nutritionals industry. How can the sector meet the health concerns of an aging global population?

From TWOFI  02 January 2018

VIEW FROM THE TOP: Olivier Rigaud, CEO, Naturex

02 Jan 2018 --- Naturex is firming up its presence in the natural nutrition market with the acquisition of Swedish Oat Fiber (SOF), a specialized manufacturer of oat dietary fibers, oils and proteins. In September 2017, Naturex signed a global distribution agreement via its Open Innovation program (Ingenium) with Colorado-based start-up, MycoTechnology, for their PureTaste, shiitake mushroom plant protein created by patent-pending fungi fermentation technology.

From TWOFI  14 September 2017

Exploring Natural Antimicrobials for Meat

14 Sep 2017 --- The tide is turning against artificial ingredients and this is a trend that the meat industry is now unable to ignore. Rosemary extracts hold strong potential here.

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22 August 2018

Color options in an age of instagramability

22 Aug 2018 --- The trend for natural colors is part of a wider shift in consumer awareness about health and wellbeing and a desire for cleaner and safer food products. People now have access to more information than ever before and, as a result of demand from consumers and pressure from health interest groups, the natural ingredients space has been growing steadily for several years now. In light of this, the incentive is now overwhelming for food manufacturers to clean up their products, and this is reflected in the rapid uptake of natural colors in new product launches. Nathalie Pauleau, Natural Colors Category Director at Naturex discusses the company's latest innovation.


26 July 2018

The launch of an EDTA replacer

26 Jul 2018 --- Naturex launched a new natural solution for food preservation. Called XtraBlend RN, it was unveiled as part of the company's Clean & Clear Label theme, with natural colors, fruit powders, vegetable purees and oat flour also in the spotlight. Manufacturers today are seeking natural alternatives to ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) in order to ensure their products are compatible with the trend for clean labels. Catherine Bayard, Category Manager for Naturex, said: “In light of the trend for clean labels, it has become clear that a rethink on EDTA is now needed. XtraBlend RN provides the perfect plant-based solution to this dilemma, delivering similar oxidation management to EDTA but with a clean and clear label.”


20 July 2017

The Launch of an Innovative Natural Preservative System

20 Jul 2017 --- Naturex has developed two natural and taste-free antimicrobial ingredients for the prevention of spoilage in meat products: Cleanatis M1, a patent-pending combination of rosemary and citrus extract formulated to help inhibit the growth of Listeria; Cleanatis M2, a combination of rosemary, acerola cherry and buffered vinegar that helps inhibit Salmonella growth. The test results demonstrate that it is now possible reconcile naturalness and effective shelf life management to create natural antimicrobials for meat products that do not impair flavor or appearance. This means that, at long last, meat processors can adopt natural antimicrobials in the knowledge that consumer safety is assured and product quality maintained. Furthermore, they can now ride the clean label trend and ensure their products are in tune with today’s shopper preferences.


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