Natural Colorants Market - Global Industry Trends, Forecast, 2012 – 2018

Natural Colorants Market - Global Industry Trends, Forecast, 2012 – 2018

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  • Date Submitted: 07/14/2016 3:53 AM
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Natural colors are types of food additives which are extracted from natural sources and added in food to improve its taste and
appearance. Colorants are used to enhance the color of a product, to restore the color lost during processes, to standardize the
color and its appearance and to increase acceptability of food. Food is the largest application segment for natural colorants with
over 32% market share, followed by soft drinks and alcoholic beverages.
The colors market is estimated at $1.8 billion in 2010, and natural colors market is estimated at $.66 billion of that total. Total
color usage has been growing by about 4.5 % year on year, but naturals are growing by 6.7% year on year. Europe is the largest
market for natural colors and flavors, which holds around 35% of the total market share, followed by North America and Asia
The global natural colorants market is increasing due to increase in trend of consumption of natural ingredients. The clean-label
declaration is the biggest advantage of natural colors. Moreover, natural colors are suitable for a wide range of sugar
confectionery products replacing artificial colors with natural colors.
However, natural colors are more difficult to work with because natural colors are extracted from natural sources; the actual raw
materials tend to be more expensive than their artificial counterparts and can lack color...

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