Diana Food has introduced a new line of organic color Solutions

Published Date | 2019 March 11

Introduction of a new product line in organic food color by Diana Food North America will help in their business expansion in organic food color segment which will propel the global organic food  color Market in upcoming periods

Global:  Diana Food North America, part of Germany's Symrise Group, has launched a new line of organic colors for food and beverage applications. The new range of colors includes a blue hue obtained from spirulina and a pink/reddish shade from red beet, among other naturally-occurring shades such as yellow, orange, red and purple.  Non-G.M.O. and U.S.D.A.-certified organic, the colors are sustainably sourced by Diana Food’s agronomy experts based in farming areas around the world. Diana Food’s new colors may serve as a complementary targeted addition to confectionery, dairy and beverage products, the company said. Diana Food also creates specialized blends using the new organic colors to offer customers custom color solutions. The color spectrum Diana Food is offering ranges from blue, orange and yellow to pink, red and purple with customized shades available. According to BlueWeave Consulting, Shifting consumer preference from chemical and synthetic ingredients towards natural ingredients coupled with increasing demand for clean label products, and rising in consumer’s awareness towards health and wellness trend will influence the demand for natural food colors. Natural food color is different from artificial or synthetic food colors in basically their sources of raw materials used for produced them such as Natural ingredients are derived from natural sources  like  soybeans and corn provide lecithin to maintain a food product’s consistency, and beets provide beet powder whereas artificial colors are created in  labs and sometimes by chemists. Moreover, Natural or Organic food colors provide major benefits related to health such as viable food supply source for proteins, less risk to cause carcinogenic or cardiovascular problem. Growing demand from application industries, such as beverages, bakery and confectionery, and dairy products is expected to have a positive impact on growth of Natural Food Color Industry in upcoming periods. According to BlueWeave Consulting‘s report, Titled-“Global Natural Food Color Market by Form (Liquid and Powder), By Powered Natural Food Colors (Green Food Colour Powder, Orange Food Colour Powder , Blue Food Colour Powder Red Food Colour Powder , Yellow Food Colour Powder  and Others),By Application(Bakery & Confectionary ,Beverages , Dairy, Process Food & Vegetables and Others),By Region , Size and Forecast by 2019- 2025”- Global Natural  Food Color Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.04% during 2019-2025 in terms of value, owing to easily available of  raw materials which includes fruits & vegetables., growing food safety concerns, encouragements standards regulations by FDA and several regulatory bodies is proving to be a constraint for manufactures and the food safety norms . Moreover, rising preference for natural products over artificial coloring agents is projected to drive the market. Furthermore, increasing consumer awareness about the benefits of natural ingredients over harmful artificial products is expected to augment product demand in near future.