Colouring - Articles and news items

The glow of food dye can be used to monitor food quality

Industry news  •  16 February 2017  •  American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Can food dyes really enable us to better monitor and keep tabs on food safety and quality control? New research opens up new possibilities…

Lifting the lid on the clean label trend | Health Ingredients Month

Blogs, Z Homepage Promo  •  16 February 2017  •  Lindsey Bagley, BA, CSci, FIFST, Flavour Horizons

Clean label is no longer a trend – it is now the rule and accordingly New Food asks Lindsey Bagley, Flavour Horizons, to delve deeper into one of the industry’s definitive trends…

Disney to create fun and fruity healthier confectionery

Industry news  •  27 January 2017  •  New Food

Disney team up with Bon Bon Buddies to launch healthier range of confectionery

Roha takes a strategic step in Europe by acquiring Essential SRL in Italy

Industry news  •  12 December 2016  •  New Food

Roha has announced the acquisition of Italy based Essential SRL, a leading manufacturer of Plant and Fruits based natural colouring and flavouring ingredients…

EFSA comes to conclusion on titanium dioxide

Industry news  •  14 September 2016  •  New Food

EFSA has completed its re-evaluation of all food colours including titanium dioxide, permitted for use in the European Union before 2009…

Roha ups its ante in continental Europe by developing avant-garde infrastructure and support services

Featured news, Industry news  •  9 September 2016  •  New Food

India-based Roha has taken aggressive customer service steps by investing in core infrastructure support services in Europe…

Natural Colour? What does this really mean to the consumer? Part 3

Blogs, Z Homepage Promo  •  9 August 2016  •  Guido de Jager

In Part 3 of his review of the global survey on colour, Guido de Jager discusses product labelling and opportunities available for industry…

Consumers willing to pay a premium for natural flavourings and colours

Industry news  •  18 July 2016  •  Victoria White, Digital Content Producer

A new survey commission by Lycored reveals that conusmers are willing to pay up to 50% more for food and drink formulated with natural ingredients…

ROHA continues to display incremental growth

Featured news  •  29 June 2016  •  ROHA

As the leading Indian MNC, engaged in Manufacture and Marketing of colors and food ingredients, ROHA has made exciting advances through expansion in 2016…

Roha announces expansion in Istanbul Turkey with a new office

Featured news  •  5 May 2016  •  Roha

Roha, a firms in the production of food colours and food ingredients, has announced the opening of a new sales office in Istanbul, Turkey…

Mars to remove all artificial colours from its food products

Industry news  •  8 February 2016  •  Victoria White

Products across the range of the company’s chocolate, gum, confection, food and drink businesses will be affected by the change, which will take place incrementally over the next five years…

DDW acquires KleurCraft’s colouring foods portfolio

Industry news  •  26 November 2015  •  Victoria White

DDW has announced that it has acquired the KleurCraft portfolio of colouring foods, custom formulations and related technology from SVZ International B.V…

Colour – Purely a matter of taste: Techniques for efficient colour measurement

Webinars  •  19 November 2015  •  

In this webinar, we discuss the analytical importance of colour analysis within the food industry…

General Mills cereals removing artificial flavours and colourings

Industry news  •  22 June 2015  •  Victoria White

General Mills cereals has announced its commitment to removing artificial flavours and colours from artificial sources from its US cereal brands…

Going green: Tuneable colloidal colour blends from natural colourants

Issue 2 2014  •  1 May 2014  •  Ashok Patel, Vandemoortele Centre for Lipid Science & Technology, Ghent University

Food colouring plays a determining role in the manufacturing of food products because the appearance of products is very critical for attracting new consumers and influencing their food choices. Food colouring involves the use of food grade colourants that belong to one of three categories: synthetic, nature-identical or natural colourants (produced by chemical synthesis with structures similar to ones found in the nature)…

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