Kerry introduces SimplyNature organic range of flavorings and extracts

By Jim Cornall contact

- Last updated on GMT

Kerry said the new SimplyNature Organic range complements the rest of its flavorings regarded as “suitable for organic." Pic: Kerry
Kerry said the new SimplyNature Organic range complements the rest of its flavorings regarded as “suitable for organic." Pic: Kerry

Related tags: Flavors, Flavours, flavourings, Ingredients, Taste, Organic, Dairy, extracts, Kerry, Kerry group

Kerry has launched its new, expanded range of organic-certified extracts and flavorings in compliance with the upcoming European Union regulations for organic flavor labeling.

The new regulation (EU 2018/848, scheduled for implementation January 1, 2022) is more stringent in terms of what can be used in food and beverage products designated as “organic.”

The new EU law states flavorings for organic foods and beverages will need to now be at least Natural X Flavourings (95/5 formula structure), with those meeting the new standard permitted to be described as “suitable for organic.”  At the same time, flavorings formulated from at least 95% of organic raw materials can be declared as “organic flavorings.” 

Kerry said the new regulation may represent a challenge for food and beverage manufacturing companies that need to reformulate existing products, or those that would like to upgrade their current formulations.

The Simply​Nature Organic range, in compliance with the new regulations, includes 24 flavorings, extracts, washes and distillates of orange, lemon, apple, raspberry, strawberry, mango, passionfruit, coffee, chocolate, cocoa and vanilla and others.

Davide Foà, Kerry’s business development director, taste, EU & Russia, said, “Our latest portfolio of organic certified flavorings and extracts delivers benefits and impacts that are very close to conventional natural flavorings and extracts, with the important exception that they can be labeled as ‘Organic Certified’ — in full compliance with the incoming EU regulations. This enables organic product developers to use these flavourings and extracts without specific limitations, as part of the 95% of the organic product formulation delivering the organoleptic impact that consumers love, in a cost-effective manner.”

Christina Matrozou, marketing manager, Taste, EU & Russia, added consumers view organic products as healthier and better for the environment.

Kerry said the new portfolio of Simply​Nature Organic certified flavorings, washes, distillates and extracts will evolve and expand over time in line with customer demand.

The company said the new Simply​Nature Organic range complements the rest of its flavorings regarded as “suitable for organic” — such as Simply​Nature Natural X Flavourings, Simply​Nature Extracts, and TasteSense Natural Flavourings with Modifying Properties Suitable for Organic — to deliver a range of options to food and beverage product developers. 

Related news

Related products

show more

Clean-label Umami and Kokumi solutions

Clean-label Umami and Kokumi solutions

Kerry | 12-Nov-2020 | Case Study

The memorable sensory qualities of umami and kokumi used in perfect synergy can bring depth and taste to savoury foods. Integrating umami and kokumi effectively...

The next generation of food and drink is here

The next generation of food and drink is here

Barry Callebaut Food Manufacturers | 10-Nov-2020 | Technical / White Paper

More than ever, consumers look to brands who share their values to justify their choices. Food and drink should not only be tasty, but nutritious and good...

Reduce Sugar | Total Sweet Solutions from Sweegen

Reduce Sugar | Total Sweet Solutions from Sweegen

SweeGen Inc. | 07-Oct-2020 | Product Brochure

Whether you produce a plant-based protein shake or a ready to drink smoothie, your consumers want to see healthy, non-GMO, nature-based sweeteners on the...

Related suppliers

comments

Post your comment

We will not publish your email address on the website

These comments have not been moderated. You are encouraged to participate with comments that are relevant to our news stories. You should not post comments that are abusive, threatening, defamatory, misleading or invasive of privacy. For the full terms and conditions for commenting see clause 7 of our Terms and Conditions ‘Participating in Online Communities’. These terms may be updated from time to time, so please read them before posting a comment. Any comment that violates these terms may be removed in its entirety as we do not edit comments. If you wish to complain about a comment please use the "REPORT ABUSE" button or contact the editors.

Follow us

Products

View more

Webinars