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Sensient Food Colors Europe

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Sensient Food Colors Europe
Geesthachter Strasse 103
Geesthacht
21502
Germany

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Sensient Food Colors brings life to products, adding color and visual enjoyment to food and beverage applications worldwide. Sensient applies industry-defining color expertise, enhancing brand value through premium sensory appeal and performance. Sensient Food Colors Europe supplies an encompassing portfolio focusing on natural colors, coloring ingredients and customized coloring solutions.

As the global leader in the manufacture and supply of high-performance food colors, Sensient operates a close network of service- and application experts, research, development and manufacturing sites. Extensive technical and legislative expertise is available to support new products developments and to meet future color needs of the food industry.

Sensient Food Colors is a business unit of Sensient Technologies Corporation, a leading global developer, manufacturer and marketer of colors, flavours and fragrances.

Natural colors

Sensient offers a wide range of speciality natural color formulations. Derived from selected vegetables, fruits, plants, minerals and other edible natural sources, Sensient’s natural color range is based on the coloring principles found in nature. Manufacturing expertise and global application know-how allows Sensient to offer superior products with respect to stability, quality and safety.

Natural Ingredients

Originating from traditional foods such as vegetables, fruits and spices, Sensient´s natural coloring ingredients range is carefully processed to ensure the protection of all the valuable properties from the natural raw material sources. Sensient provides a wide range of special formulations with excellent stability and advanced coloring efficiency for various applications."



Articles On FoodIngredientsFirst
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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Taste of time: Sensient Flavors new range based on perceptions of the past, present and future

01 Aug 2019 --- Sensient Flavors has unveiled a new collection of six novel “Trends to Taste” flavors, based on the company’s latest insights into consumer interpretations of the... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Banning titanium dioxide? Lobby groups urge European Commission to prohibit E171

06 May 2019 --- Several EU-level civil society organizations have joined forces to call for a ban on the use of food additive titanium dioxide (E171) over concerns about its safety. The demand to... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

What’s going to be hot in 2019? “Adventurous” and plant-based eating accelerates, increased calls for transparency expected

02 Jan 2019 --- Globalization has sparked consumers’ curiosity around new food and drinks, exciting flavors and new ways of eating, as they become more knowledgeable of other cultures. This... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Sourcing challenges and sustaining a “circular economy”: The supplier view

18 Dec 2018 --- With growing consumer interest in health, sustainability and the ethical aspects of food ingredients, the notion of a “circular economy” and a sustainable supply chain... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

In Living Coral? Pantone tips pink-tinted hue for 2019 as Instagrammable food colors trend

07 Dec 2018 --- Pantone has named “Living Coral,” a pink-tinted hue as its color of the year for 2019, inspiring colors suppliers and packaging manufacturers to think about what the... Read More




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Flavor strategies for sugar reduction

Sugar reduction is also an area for Sensient that cannot be ignored. FoodIngredientsFirst spoke with Keerthana Perumbala, from Sensient during IFT in Chicago. “It comes as no surprise that sugar is a highly controversial ingredient. There are so many projects that seek to reduce sugar, government strategies and new regulations about how much sugar a product should contain, as the world tries to reduce obesity and other weight-related health problems.” At the Sensient stand, Perumbala discussed sugar reduction comparison between a full-sugared cookie and a cookie that contained 30 percent less sugar, to see how they compared. “Consumers don’t want to sacrifice on taste – so we wanted to display this side by side comparison and see what the reaction was,” she adds.

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Flavor trends for 2018 and beyond – Sensient Flavors

Sensient Flavors’ Barbara Lezzer describes some of the trends we should be looking out for in 2018 and beyond: “We are seeing a lot of complexity coming into the products, and this is across beverages as well as sweet categories.” This means that consumers are now looking for more “layered” products. Botanicals like herbs and spices are a big trend, Lezzer notes, and they also offer opportunities for decoration. For example, they can communicate a health halo in a cocktail. Spices offer support for sweet and savory combinations, and in beverages, there is also the opportunity to broaden the appeal of non-alcoholic drinks to an adult audience.

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On Trend Flavors to Watch

A key trend in beverages is the adoption of premium ingredients, as consumers try to add a bit more adventure, as things become more exotic and indulgent in nature. There are even some trends towards using more spicy flavors in beverages. Provenance is also becoming an increasingly important marketing positioning in both confectionery and dairy.

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New Flavor Trends and Concepts to Watch

Sensient Flavors uses proprietary technologies to create value-added flavor systems and customized solutions for customers in the beverage, sweet and savory segments. European Marketing Director, Simon Daw, discusses the latest advancements and fusion concepts.

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The Launch of a Natural Umami Flavor

Ryan Goularte of Sensient discusses the launch of a natural umami flavor and a new line of Indian flavors.




Articles On The World of Food Ingredients
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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

Opinion edge: Toasting drinks creativity

18 Mar 2019 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on beverage trends to look out for in 2019 and beyond. How does the drinks industry meet the demands of an adventurous consumer?

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

Opinion edge: 2019 – Great expectations

19 Dec 2018 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on trends to look out for in 2019 and beyond. How do we meet the demands of a more adventurous consumer?

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

View From The Top: Paul Manning, CEO, Sensient Technologies

20 Sep 2016 --- Recent innovations from Sensient Flavors include its new “nut free” nut flavor product range comprising Almond, Hazelnut, Peanut, Pistachio and Walnut. Sensient claims that beverage companies are turning to “sensory marketing” to help increase awareness of the sensory elements in their products.

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

View From The Top: Paul Manning, CEO, Sensient Flavors

01 Sep 2016 --- Sensient Technologies reported second quarter revenue of US$209.3 million for its Flavors & Fragrances Group in July, an increase of 2.3% from $204.6 million reported in last year’s second quarter. An interview with Paul Manning, CEO, Sensient Flavors.

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

Opinion Edge: An Eye on Savory Trends and Flavors

01 May 2016 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on read meal trends. How far can we go in terms of convenience without sacrificing taste, quality & naturalness and how is technology helping?




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