GNT to present colour solutions at Fi Europe that consumers ask for

Posted: 11 November 2015 | GNT Group | No comments yet

GNT will be showcasing its latest colour-intensive fruit, vegetable and plant concentrates at Food Ingredients Europe (Fi Europe)…

“We eat with our eyes” is an often used saying. In fact, the appearance of food and drinks has a significant influence on consumers’ purchase decision.


When shopping for groceries, especially the colour of a product catches the eye of a consumer and is the first factor that influences the buying decision. At the same time, today’s consumers are keen to buy natural food and beverages that are free from artificial additives such as colourants. A recent global study conducted by market research institute TNS on behalf of GNT Group shows that 60 percent of people worldwide wish for products to be free from synthetic colours.

GNT to showcase its latest colour-intensive concentrates

Does that mean that manufacturers have to choose between vibrantly coloured and natural products? Not at all! From 1st to 3rd December this will be demonstrated by the GNT Group at Food Ingredients Europe in Paris. On stand F10 in hall 7 the pioneer and global market leader in the field of Colouring Foods will be showcasing its latest colour-intensive fruit, vegetable and plant concentrates. They are made exclusively from natural and edible raw materials by solely using gentle physical methods such as pressing, crushing and filtering, fully meeting the needs of consumers looking for natural and healthy foods.

With its Exberry brand, GNT provides the widest range of Colouring Foods on the market. They are ideal to impart bright and vibrant colour shades to almost every food and beverage category – including confectionery, soft drinks, dairy products or pastries. Experts from the family-owned company will be on site to answer your questions. Get more information on Exberry Colouring Foods, its usage, GNT’s global consumer study and other relevant topics at FiE hall 7 stand F10 or on our website

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