What Is EXBERRY?
The top-selling brand of coloring foods in the food and beverage sector is Exberry. Fruits, vegetables, and edible plants are used in the physical manufacturing process that produces coloring foods, which is then processed with water.
EXBERRY, a company founded more than 40 years ago on the idea of coloring food with food, has become the leading provider of natural colors for the food and beverage sector.
Table Of Contents
- 1 Product Ranges of EXBERRY
- 2 Liquids
- 3 Powders
- 4 Oil-Dispersible Colors
- 5 Micronized Powders
- 6 Certified Organic
- 7 Major Applications of EXBERRY
- 8 Why ChooseEXBERRY?
- 9 1. Raw Materials
- 10 2. Approved Farmers
- 11 3. Physical Processes
- 12 Q&A about EXBERRY
- 13 What are Coloring Foods?
- 14 Is EXBERRY organic?
- 15 What formats do EXBERRY offer?
Product Ranges of EXBERRY
Typically, liquid EXBERRY solutions offer the ideal option for savory, baking, confectionery, and beverage applications. The high brix concentrates come in all color hues, are readily soluble and dispersible, and are easy to employ in a range of formulations.
EXBERRY powders provide the optimum color solution and are available in the whole color spectrum for specialized applications where moisture should not be introduced, such as dry applications, mixes, or bakery icings. Spray drying is used to dry liquid raw materials into EXBERRY powders.
They have a special range of EXBERRY oil-dispersible colors for fat-based systems. Oil-dispersible hues, which come in yellows, reds, blues, greens, and purples, are perfect for complex coatings, salad dressings, and other applications using fat. During production, EXBERRY oil-dispersible products are very simple to handle.
Due to their smaller particle size, EXBERRY micronized powders have unique technological characteristics. Micronized powders enhance the mixing stability of powder blends and provide a homogenous color result with a high perceived color appearance. They work particularly well in pressed tablets, spice mixtures, and coatings made of chocolate or other compounds.
They provide EXBERRY Organics, which are certified in accordance with accepted EU organic criteria, in response to the expanding global demand toward organic products. It is important to confirm local compliance because organic standards might differ. Blues, reds, yellows, oranges, and purples are all organic colors that are currently available in our color palette.
Major Applications of EXBERRY
- Cereals and Snacks
- Fillings and Coatings
- Frozen Desserts
- Fruit Prep
1. Raw Materials
They have examined hundreds of various seed kinds throughout the course of our company’s existence and have narrowed the field to the fruits, vegetables, and plants that produce the most bright and consistent EXBERRY concentrates. You may be confident that EXBERRY will offer top performance in the application you choose, therefore.
2. Approved Farmers
Many of our farmers have been employed by us for many years. To produce the best crop yield possible, our team of agronomists collaborates closely with the farmers. Through fixed-price contracts, our exclusive long-term agreements offer certainty to our farmers.
3. Physical Processes
Chemical solvents are not used to create EXBERRY. Only physical operations, such as cutting, pressing, sifting, and mixing with the addition of water, are used to create it. Since EXBERRY concentrates are foods from beginning to end, they can be ingested at any point throughout the production process.
Major Advantages of EXBERRY
- Totally natural colorants derived from food plants, fruits, and veggies
- Complete raw material tracing
- Stable color for several food and beverage applications
- Compliant with kosher, vegan, vegetarian, and halal cuisines
- A chance for “Clean and Clear” labels
- Assistance with every stage of the commercialization
Q&A about EXBERRY
What are Coloring Foods?
The word designates a certain class of food components that are used to provide color to food and beverage products but are not recognized by the EU as food additives. The “European Guidance Notes on the categorization of extracts with coloring qualities” describe coloring foods as follows:
The following guidelines should be followed while coloring food:
- Use: Foods are often consumed primarily for the purpose of coloration.
- Source Material: Foods or distinctive ingredients of foods that are typically consumed as such in the EU shall be utilized as the source material(s) in the manufacture of “Coloring Foods.”
- Processing: Based on the EU Guidance Notes’ criteria for selective extraction, any method that is applied to the source raw material should not lead to selective extraction.
Is EXBERRY organic?
They provide a unique line of EXBERRY goods made especially for organic uses.
Is EXBERRY suitable for consumers with specific dietary requirements?
EXBERRY Coloring Foods are ideal for vegetarians and vegans since they are manufactured entirely from plant-based ingredients, such as fruits, vegetables, and edible flowers. They hold the necessary certifications attesting that our products also adhere to halal and kosher standards.
What formats do EXBERRY offer?
Depending on your demands and the nature of your application, EXBERRY offers liquid, powder, and oil-dispersible solutions.