Natural
Colors

Carmine

It is the most important natural colour in the food...

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Annatto

Extracted from annatto seeds, it is one of the most...

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Chlorophyll

This colour is extracted from different plants such as alfalfa,...

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Curcumin

Turmeric is used for the extraction of this dye. Curcumin...

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Hibiscus

Hibiscus Anthocyanin is a fine purple powder produced from the...

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Purple Corn

These natural pigments are found in plant cells that give...

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Paprika

This product is extracted from the sweet Paprika (Capsicum annum)....

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Natural
Ingredients

Chia

Chia is the vegetable with the highest content of alpha-linolenic...

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Lucuma

Sourced from the Peruvian Andes, this fruit is rich in...

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Yacon

It is a tuber cultivated in the Andes mountain range...

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Quinoa

Quinoa is an Andean plant from the surroundings of Lake...

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Tocotrienol

Annatto has been used ancestrally by South American natives as...

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About
Us

Imbarex is a Peruvian company, leader in the manufacturing of natural colours. We began operations in the year 2000 with the vision of adding value to Peru´s natural resources. We export our products to more than 50 countries worldwide, to the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical, etc.

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Our
Farmlands

In the year 2011, 2,000 hectares were acquired in Pisco, Peru with the intention of integrating our productive chain, giving a better added value to our product portfolio and guaranteeing the constant supply of our raw materials.

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News
and Events

Did you know that the colorant is the only cosmetic ingredient regulated by the FDA? For the cosmetics industry, HT carmines are one of the most widely used natural colorants because they provide high shades of red and yellow. In cosmetics, red lip and face pastes have historically been called “carmine”. Carmine is used in […]

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December 26, 2018

Did you know that annatto was historically used as body paint, sunscreen and even as an insect repellent? It is known under different names: annatto, achiote, onoto, atsuete or urucum, depending on the region. Annatto seeds are processed to obtain pigments that offer shades ranging from pale yellow to peach reddish-orange, depending on the concentration […]

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November 16, 2018
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