FOOD APPLICATIONS

Chromologics can support food and beverage companies to develop natural, better and tastier-looking products. Our fermented colors are applicable in a wide range of product categories. 
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PLANT BASED MEAT

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MEAT, SEAFOOD AND POULTRY

CONFECTIONERY

BEVERAGES

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SNACKS AND SPICES

SOUPS AND SAUCES

PET FOOD

 

NON-FOOD APPLICATIONS

It is not uncommon to use the same dye for foods and textile. Historically, carmine has been used for hundreds of years to dye wool and silk before it was applied to foods. Therefore, fashion and textile companies turn towards traditional food coloring methods while searching for innovative solutions to make the industry more sustainable.

Chromologics can support textile producers and fashion companies in developing more sustainable dyeing processes and garments with eye-catching colors. Our fermented colors are applicable in a wide range of product categories. 

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TEXTILE