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Colourings

 Colourings can prove essential in many recipes, providing the ability to alter the appearance of your product when it does not match your expectations.


There are two main types of food colourings.


Colourings from natural sources and synthetic colourings.


All are codified at European level and comply with new ruling 1333/2008 which reclassified the regulation and authorisation to place these products on the market.


Some may be limited or prohibited in some applications.


Customers must inform themselves of the possibilities and limitations of potential usage before commencing production.


Natural colourings are globally more difficult to use because they are highly sensitive to light, heat and an acid environment.  Colour fastness can be a problem.


We offer them in liquid, gel and powder forms.


Liquid colourings are easier to use because of their lower concentrations.


Water-soluble powder colourings and lacquers are the most concentrated forms and are therefore reserved for experienced users.


Colouring gels are an interesting medium concentrated comptatible with the majority of applications.

 

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Liquid and Organic Flavours


There are different dosage methods :

Dosage by instinct
Dosage by instinct :
In the same way that you season a sauce, add a few drops of flavour and adjust after tasting.
Measured dosage
Measured dosage :
Calculate the approximate volume to flavour by totalling all the ingredients in your recipe.

Using a measuring cup and the dosage indicated on the label of the flavour, measure the amount of flavour to add.

For example, for an average dosage of 0.5% per liter of preparation: measure 5 ml of flavour.
Flavours are concentrated products. Begin with a light dosage and only strengthen if necessary.

Good to Know

All bottles come with a dropper.

Bottles of 115ml, 500ml and 1 liter also have a measuring cup.

The average dosage of flavours is 0.5% (ie 5g per kg of preparation).

Mint flavour will not have the same dosage as raspberry flavour.

If the preparation is to be cooked, increase the dosage according to the duration and intensity of cooking.

To learn more about flavours and their use:

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