Consumer demand for natural ingredients increases

Specialist ingredients business Kanegrade has reported a strong response to its series of natural flavours within the confectionery and food sector. Consumer demand for natural ingredients increases

As the company explained, a greater range of Government legislation has now been put in place which prevent the use of artificial colours and flavours due to the adverse effects they could have on public health.
In response, UK-based Kanegrade has created its Kaneberry trademark to promote its extensive natural colours range - which are a healthy substitute to artificial colours. One of the company’s specialities is to provide advice, technical implementation, and to supply natural colours to a range of industry partners.
The company has developed a range of flavours available as liquids, powders and emulsions which come as either natural or nature identical. They are supplied to manufacturers of bakery products, dairy goods & ice cream, sugar confectionery, soft drinks and savoury products. 
These colours and flavours have been created by our experienced development team who work closely with our clients to create innovative and bespoke ranges designed especially for our customers new product launches. The company works with its customers on factors such as pH, dosage level, processing temperature and light exposure to recommend the correct ingredients and achieve the desired colours and flavours in the finished product. It now supplies to more than 100 countries worldwide, ranging from multi-national corporations to small niche manufacturers.

 

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