Carmine Food Colouring

IMBAREX natural dyes is a leading Peruvian company in the production of natural dyes. Since the beginning of its operations, IMBAREX has sought to produce high quality natural dyes, thus providing added value to the raw materials that originate in Peru.

As a supplier of natural dyes, IMBAREX specialises in the development, production and manufacture of high quality natural dyes, following all international standards and regulations.

At present, the food industry is undergoing an important change in relation to the raw materials used for food production. This is due to the changes taking place in society such as the awareness of the importance of food for health, the desire and tendency to reduce the consumption of processed foods by seeking healthier and more natural alternatives, and the search for renewable raw materials that reduce the impact on the environment.

In this sense, cochineal carmine as a food colouring has emerged as an excellent alternative for companies in the food industry to replace synthetic dyes that in many cases can even be harmful to health.

Cochineal carmine is a natural dye that has been used since pre-Columbian times for food and textile dyeing. It is obtained from the cochineal, an insect that reproduces on the leaves of prickly pears and from which carminic acid is extracted for the production of carmine.

We invite you to visit our website where you can find more information about this dye, its different applications and the range of colours it offers. You will also find information about other natural dyes such as paprika, annatto and curcumin.

IMBAREX is a supplier of natural dyes with an international presence. We have offices in Mexico City, Barcelona and Sao Paulo in Brazil, where we keep a large stock of our products for local distribution and from where we also distribute our products to more than 50 countries worldwide for the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries, etc.

For more information about our products please contact one of our sales representatives at the following link.

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