Carmine (E-120): This famous food coloring provides natural deep red pigments, shades of orange, reddish, purple and dark violet. Carminic acid and carmine lakes are obtained from cochineal extracts. Some of these being watersoluble and others liposoluble.
These colours have an excellent stability to the light, heat and different pH’s.
Carbon Black (E-153): Charcoal is a natural colorant in black tones. It is obtained from the burning of vegetables, coconut shells and other natural materials reduced to small particles and suspended in glucose syrup. Presented as a paste, soluble in water. Applicable in neutral or acid pH products. It is used in the fish industry for caviar or surimi imitation, in confectionery, candies, cookies and chocolates. Vegetable black pigment without toxicity, suitable for human consumption. Excellent stability to the light and heat exposure.
E-160c Paprika ORP
Oleoresin (E-160C): Paprika oleoresin is used as a red vegetable coloring, easy to dissolve in liquids and viscous substances. It is extracted naturally from Capsicum Annum L peppers. Capsantin pigment offers orange and red shades from the carotenoid family. We offer it in powder or liquid format, with good stability to light and heat. Applicable to products with acidic or neutral pHs such as meat, surimi, sauces, candies, snacks, spices and vegetables.
Lycopene E-160 (d): Lycopene is an oil-soluble red carotenoid pigment which occurs naturally in a number of fresh fruits and vegetables, such as tomatoes, watermelon, pink grapefruit and papaya. Also it can be produced by synthesis. Applicable acidic and neutral pHs, in candies, dairy, bakery, surimi, meat and sauces. Available in watersoluble and liposoluble version.