Pigments for food and drinks

Definition of pigments

Natural pigments exist inside plants and they are harmless. Some of them are chlorophyll, xanthophyll, crocetin, tannites, carotenoids, flavonoids, etc.

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) ensure, by constantly making checks the quality and nutritive value of these pigments so consumers can use food without any side effect.

Forms of pigments:

  • Liquid or powder
  • Water soluble or oil soluble
  • Low or high concentration

Staromco - Pigment imports for food and drinks

Our company focused on marketing natural pigments which don't have the limitations of synthetic pigments. We concerned the new european regulation of EU, 1333/2008, and the negative reports about many synthetic pigments.

We are able to offer natural pigments of, almost, all shades and high stability at the most competitive prices.