Condiment Mixers – Dyes

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Dressings and condiments play a very important role in food. Their aim is to improve the taste, colour and also the smell of our preparations. This is why there are companies in the industry dedicated to the production of mixtures and compounds for food.

These compounds usually contain flavourings, which help to enhance certain flavours, preservatives, which prolong the life of the products and colourings, which help to visually enhance the product and the preparations and give them unique and striking colours.

Ideally, the origin of these inputs should be natural, however, many times the industry resorts to inputs of artificial origin, created in a laboratory with a purpose or characteristic in mind that cannot be achieved with natural inputs. Even so, in some cases the natural origin alternatives have better nutritional values, colour and texture. This is why companies and also consumers prefer products of natural origin.

One of the most important dyes in the meat product seasoning mix industry is cochineal carmine. This flavour dye is of natural origin, has a variety of shades, colour stability and a long shelf life making it an excellent choice for the production of products such as sausages, salami, chorizo among others.

At IMBAREX, we are proud to produce natural dyes of the highest quality such as Cochineal Carmine, Anatto, Paprika, Curcumina, Colorofila among others. Our products are successfully used for the production of flavours, seasonings, meat, dairy, candy and pulp industries among others.

Since 2000, IMBAREX has specialised in the development, production and manufacture of high quality natural dyes following all international standards and regulations.

We have offices in Lima, Mexico, Sao Paulo and Barcelona from where we supply more than 50 clients on all continents. We have extensive experience in development, consultancy, sales and after sales service. For more information about this or other products please contact one of our sales representatives at the following link.



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