Looks like real meat!
We give a quick demonstration on using natural colors for a plant-based burger with a raw to cooked look.
Natural Colors for Fermented Dairy and Non-Dairy
Natural Colors for Fermented Dairy and Non-Dairy Applications Fermentation is a fantastic technology we borrow from nature. It allows us to transform our food, improving taste, modifying texture, and prolonging shelf life through the production of organic
Natural Colors for Seafood Alternatives
With the rise of meat alternatives, it was predicted that the next big trend in the plant-based movement would be a rise of the waters: seafood alternative products. And while the craving for meat imitation products remains strong among flexitarian consumers,
Coloring Different Plant Bases
A myriad of colors for a bundle of veggie bases Meat-free products come in a variety of formats and use a variety of base ingredients, all with their own specific requirements. Coloring different plant bases varies by base and desired end color. The most
The Elusive Kosher Bake Stable Red
As the market started transitioning from artificial to natural colors, carmine and carmine/paprika blends became the go-to solutions for red baked goods – like the classic red velvet cake – since they offered bright red, heat stable alternatives to Allura
Top 5 Considerations when Coloring Meat Alternatives
With so many different types of natural colors, choosing the right one for your meat alternative application can feel overwhelming. Whether you’re creating plant-based burgers, sausages, or mince, there are some important factors to consider when choosing a
Webinar: Natural Colors for Meat Alternatives Vol. 2
I Can't Believe It's Not Meat! - Natural Colors for Meat Alternatives Vol. 2 Plant-based proteins continue to get more sophisticated in taste, texture, and color. That’s why we’ve created a follow-up to our first webinar on Meat Alternatives! In this