DDW opens new site in Louisville dedicated to natural food colors

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DDW opens new site in Louisville dedicated to natural food colors

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DDW has opened a site in Louisville, Kentucky dedicated to manufacturing food colors from natural sources. 

Located next to the firm’s global support center and near its caramel color operation, the facility will produce DDW’s new EmulsiTech color emulsions, which convert oil soluble sources, such as beta-carotene and paprika, into water dispersible form, making them suitable for clear or opaque beverages, soup, ice cream, yogurt, confectionery, baked goods and other products.

The new site, which also houses a pilot plant, cold storage and offices, “enables DDW to produce an even broader portfolio of food coloring in the yellow, orange and red spectrum for customers​”, said Elaine Gravatte, president and chief operating officer.   

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