DDW acquires SVZ International B.V's KleurCraft coloring foods portfolio

By Elaine Watson contact

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Picture: DDW the Color House
Picture: DDW the Color House

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Kentucky-based natural colors, caramel colors and burnt sugars expert DDW has acquired the KleurCraft portfolio of coloring foods, custom formulations and related technology from Dutch firm SVZ International B.V.  

Coloring foods are produced from fruits, vegetables and edible plants without the use of selective extraction and have no E-number requirement in the European Union, said DDW CEO Ted Nixon, who said a sourcing agreement would align SVZ’s expertise in agronomy and juice processing with DDW’s applications expertise and sales channels.

“The addition builds on DDW’s global supply capability and broadens the range of both simple and custom color solutions for customers​,” added Nixon.

“Opening a natural color manufacturing site in Ireland back in April also speaks to continued momentum as we celebrate our company’s 150-year anniversary​,” he added.

DDW will be at booth 6M81 at Fi Europe in Paris.

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