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Color is often associated with meat and seafood’s appearance and constitutes one of the most significant factors that directly affect consumers’ food choices and eating desires. Our range of Idacol synthetic food colors are stable to heat, light and pH, and answers some of the challenges in the field of colorants’ development. Our technical team of experts create custom solutions that meet your needs for shade.
Synthetic Food Colors for Raw Meat Products
Synthetic colors are often applied in raw meat applications. However, pH, myoglobin content, and packaging systems may all influence the color application in raw meats. With experienced innovative and problem-solving skills, ROHA Food Scientists provide professional industrial recommendations and customized solutions to our customers. Idacol range has a wide range of synthetic colors to all the meat requirements.
Synthetic Food Colors for Cooked Meat Products
Cooked meat products mainly include processed mammal and poultry-derived meats (beef, pork, venison, lamb, chicken, turkey, duck, goose, etc.). From raw to well-cooked, complex chemical reactions (such as browning reactions and/or myoglobin breakdown) occur during the meat cooking process. While cooking the meat, the pH, muscle type, myoglobin concentration, water-holding capacity, and the heating process can significantly affect the color performance. To answer the above, Idacol has a complete solution of synthetic food colors for cooked meat applications.
Manufacturers of Synthetic Food Colors for Canned Meat Products
Canned meat products include whole muscles, meat stews, luncheon meat, sausages, sauces with meat pieces, and paste products. They are generally prepared by sealing the product in a container and thermally processed to destroy spoilage microorganisms, the canning process is used to extend the shelf life of meat products. The pH, heat treatment, solid: liquid ratio, and interactions with food ingredients can all affect the color performance and create challenges for applying colors in canned food applications. To brighten the appearance and replenish the loss of color from the heating process, Idacol possesses a range of synthetic food colors for canned meat applications.
Synthetic Food Colors for Meat Analogues
Meat analogues are meatless-based alternatives that are made to have a similar texture, color, taste, and form as meat. Getting increasing attention in the market, meat substitutes have diverse product portfolios, including veggie burger patties, vegetarian meatballs, bean burgers, vegetarian hot dogs, imitation bacon bits, textured soy protein, or bean curd. Heat, pH, water migration, interactions with other ingredients, the packaging system, and the storage conditions can all affect the color performance and provide a challenge to most product developers. Our range of Idacol has all the synthetic food colors solutions to meat alternatives.
Synthetic Food Colors Manufacturers for Seafood Products
Among the variety of seafood products, surimi, referring to a paste mainly made from fish, is one of the most common fish products with color application. To mimic the color of the meat of shellfish and lobster, the application of colors in seafood surimi products can be challenging as heat treatment, storage condition, packaging type, and interactions with other food additives can significantly affect the color performance. With intensive research and experience, the Idacol range of synthetic food colors applies non-bleeding technology to provide customer solutions of a wide range of colors with stable performances in seafood applications.
Synthetic Food Colors Manufacturers for Meat Casings
Synthetic food colors are used in coloring edible meat casings to improve physical appearance and restore color loss from the thermal process. Other factors like pH, heat, packaging system, storage conditions, and interactions with other food additives all have impacts on the selection of colors in casing application. With a solid scientific background and innovative problem-solving abilities, ROHA’s technical experts provide feasible and sustainable synthetic food color solutions under the range of Idacol, in meat casing applications.