Use of natural colors in the ice cream industry

trends in the ice cream market

With regulators tightening the use of synthetic colors, ice cream manufacturers are turning to the use of natural colors, replacing previously used synthetic colors.
The use of natural colors in the ice cream industry is gaining momentum, supported in large part by the versatility and ease of implementing natural colors in production formulas.
Among the dyes most used in the production of ice cream we have:

  • Turmeric: This dye is used to provide an intense yellow-lemon color with the great advantage that it is stable to heat.
  • Chlorophyll: Chlorophyll is the most common natural coloring in the ice cream industry, it allows to provide a natural green color
  • Carmine: Carmine is widely used as a red dye because it is one of the most stable against heat and exposure to light.

IMBAREX has these three colors among its wide portfolio of natural colorants. Contact us here so that our group of specialists can help you get the right color for your requirements.

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