Food & Ingredients

Food colors

Diana food(symrise)

The demand for natural colors in the food and beverage market continues to grow. As part of this trend, coloring foods are cleaner alternative for color and are becoming increasingly important. Consumer demand in terms of transparency, naturalness and trustworthiness is on the rise. Many consumers are looking for shorter labels, featuring simple, yet familiar ingredients. Coloring foods can answer this demand while providing an effective color solution. What are Colouring foods? They can be defined as food ingredients derived from fruits, vegetables or edible plants that go through minimal physical process, in which coloring substances are not selectively extracted.

Colours

  • Purple sweet potato Red cabbage red beet
  • Purple carrot Blackcurrant
  • Grape skin
  • carmine Red reddish
  • Elderberry
  • Hibiscus
  • Red beet
  • Red bell pepper
  • Orange carrot
  • Paprika Annatto
  • Safflower curcumin Lutein Chlrophyllin blends
  • Splrullna
  • caramel malt
  • Carbon black

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Food Chemicals

  • PHOSPHATE FOR INJECTION
  • PHOSPHATE FOR EMULSIFIED
  • CAPSICUM OLEORISEN
  • FPPC – FUNCTIONAL POULTRY PROTEIN CHICKEN
  • MSG – MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE
  • WHEAT STARCH
  • DEXTROSE MONOHYDRATE
  • ASCORBIC ACID
  • CITRIC ACID
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
  • SOYA FIBRE
  • SOYA FLOUR
  • VITAL WHEAT GLUTEN
  • SODIUM ACID PYROPHOSPHATE (SAPP) – LEVALL 28
  • SODIUM ACID PYROPHOSPHATE (SAPP) – LEVALL 40
  • SODIUM ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE (MCP) – LEVALL CA 100
  • SODIUM ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE (MCP) – LEVALL CA 200
  • TRICALCIUM PHOSPHATE (TCP)
  • WHEAT STARCH
  • MODIFIED STARCH
  • HALAL BEEF GELATINE
  • WHIPPING AGENT
  • CALCIUM PROPIONATE – GRANULAR / POWDER
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
  • SORBIC ACID
  • XANTHAN GUM
  • SOYA FIBRE
  • PEACH DICES
  • ORANGE SACKS
  • CMC
  • PECTIN
  • GUM ARABIC
  • GUAR GUM
  • GELLAN GUM
  • SODIUM BENZOATE
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
  • MALIC ACID
  • VITAMINS
  • LACTIC ACID
  • TRICALCIUM PHOSPHATE

Food Ingredients

Corn grits (Turkish)- For snack industries

Milk powder(European)

Cocoa powder(Malaysian )

Food Commodities

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Sesame Seed: Natural & Hulled

Sesame plant is an annual plant, whose seeds as well as leaves can be eaten and used. Sesame seed is commonly referred to as ’til’ in India and is used in various forms, even in the making of beverages and sweet dishes, especially during winters. Sesame oilseeds are considered to grant heat to the body and are popularly used to do away chills. The sesame seeds are ground and processed to make various snacks all over the world.

Sesame oil is massaged to relieve pain in joints and muscles. Sesame seeds in Commodity Impex are stored in clean storage units to protect from insects. They are manually checked for any impurities and adulteration and then packed in pouches that keep it fresh and crunchy.

Sesame seeds are tiny, flat oval seeds with a nutty taste and a delicate, almost invisible crunch. They come in a host of different colors, depending upon the variety, including white, yellow, black and red.

Sesame seeds are highly valued for their high content of sesame oil, an oil that is very resistant to rancidity.

Sesame seeds nutrition facts

One of the first oil seeds known to humankind, sesame seeds have been widely employed in culinary as well as traditional medicines for their nutritive, preventive, and curative properties. Sesame is an important source of phytonutrients such as omega-6 fatty acids, flavonoid phenolic anti-oxidants, vitamins, and dietary fiber with potential anti-cancer as well as health-promoting properties.

Pulses

Pulses are a great source of protein. This means they can be particularly important for people who don’t get protein by eating meat, fish or dairy products. But pulses can also be a healthy choice for meat-eaters. You can add pulses to soups, casseroles and meat sauces to add extra texture and flavour. This means you can use less meat, which makes the dish lower in fat and cheaper. Pulses are a good source of iron.

 

Chickpeas

Green chickpeas are often sold still attached to the branches they grew on. Part of enjoying them is the meditative picking from their fuzzy pods, to eat them on the spot, for a taste that combines the freshness of peas and the solidity of peanuts. Or to cook them in recipes like numina, a dish of spicy mashed green peas.

Coffee Machine Products

 

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Dallmayr coffee products

  • Dallmayr Topping
  • Dallmayr coffee gold instant
  • Dallmayr kakao
  • Dallmayr milk tea
  • Dallmayr Lemon tea

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Dallmayr capsules

  • Espresso Barista
  • Lungo Belluno
  • Espresso Artigiano
  • Lungo Azzurro
  • Espresso Ristretto
  • Espresso Indian Sundara
  • Lungo Mild Roast
  • Espresso Dark Roast
  • Espresso Decaffeinato
  • Lungo Ethiopia

 

Natural Pulps

  • Alphonso Mango Puree
  • Totapuri Mango Puree
  • Totapuri Mango Concentrate
  • Alphonso Mango Concentrate
  • Sindura Mango Puree
  • Neelam Mango Concentrate
  • Pink Guava Puree
  • White Guava Puree
  • White Guava Puree with grits
  • White Guava Concentrate
  • Acidified Banana Puree
  • Red Papaya Puree
  • Red Papaya Concentrate
  • Yellow Papaya Puree
  • Yellow Papaya Concentrate
  • Tomato Paste

Other Industries

  • ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • RED ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • LEMON JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • PEAR JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • CARROT JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • PINEAPPLE JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • POMEGRANATE JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • PPLE PUREE
  • ORANGE PUREE
  • APRICOT PUREE
  • FRUCTOSE 42
  • DXTROSE MONOHYDRATE
  • WHIPPING AGENT
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
  • SORBIC ACID
  • INSTANT DRY YEAST
  • VEGETABLE SHORTENING
  • CAKE EMULSIFIER
  • NON DAIRY CREAMER
  • EGG POWDER
  • FRESH LIQUID EGG( SOURCE-KSA)
  • FROZEN EGGS (SOURCE –KSA)
Food colors

Food colors

Diana food(symrise)

The demand for natural colors in the food and beverage market continues to grow. As part of this trend, coloring foods are cleaner alternative for color and are becoming increasingly important. Consumer demand in terms of transparency, naturalness and trustworthiness is on the rise. Many consumers are looking for shorter labels, featuring simple, yet familiar ingredients. Coloring foods can answer this demand while providing an effective color solution. What are Colouring foods? They can be defined as food ingredients derived from fruits, vegetables or edible plants that go through minimal physical process, in which coloring substances are not selectively extracted.

Colours

  • Purple sweet potato Red cabbage red beet
  • Purple carrot Blackcurrant
  • Grape skin
  • carmine Red reddish
  • Elderberry
  • Hibiscus
  • Red beet
  • Red bell pepper
  • Orange carrot
  • Paprika Annatto
  • Safflower curcumin Lutein Chlrophyllin blends
  • Splrullna
  • caramel malt
  • Carbon black

Click here to download our Brochure

Food chemicals

Food Chemicals

  • PHOSPHATE FOR INJECTION
  • PHOSPHATE FOR EMULSIFIED
  • CAPSICUM OLEORISEN
  • FPPC – FUNCTIONAL POULTRY PROTEIN CHICKEN
  • MSG – MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE
  • WHEAT STARCH
  • DEXTROSE MONOHYDRATE
  • ASCORBIC ACID
  • CITRIC ACID
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
  • SOYA FIBRE
  • SOYA FLOUR
  • VITAL WHEAT GLUTEN
  • SODIUM ACID PYROPHOSPHATE (SAPP) – LEVALL 28
  • SODIUM ACID PYROPHOSPHATE (SAPP) – LEVALL 40
  • SODIUM ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE (MCP) – LEVALL CA 100
  • SODIUM ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE (MCP) – LEVALL CA 200
  • TRICALCIUM PHOSPHATE (TCP)
  • WHEAT STARCH
  • MODIFIED STARCH
  • HALAL BEEF GELATINE
  • WHIPPING AGENT
  • CALCIUM PROPIONATE – GRANULAR / POWDER
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
  • SORBIC ACID
  • XANTHAN GUM
  • SOYA FIBRE
  • PEACH DICES
  • ORANGE SACKS
  • CMC
  • PECTIN
  • GUM ARABIC
  • GUAR GUM
  • GELLAN GUM
  • SODIUM BENZOATE
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
  • MALIC ACID
  • VITAMINS
  • LACTIC ACID
  • TRICALCIUM PHOSPHATE
Food Ingredients

Food Ingredients

Corn grits (Turkish)- For snack industries

Milk powder(European)

Cocoa powder(Malaysian )

Food Commodities

Food Commodities

Click here to download our Brochure

Sesame Seed: Natural & Hulled

Sesame plant is an annual plant, whose seeds as well as leaves can be eaten and used. Sesame seed is commonly referred to as ’til’ in India and is used in various forms, even in the making of beverages and sweet dishes, especially during winters. Sesame oilseeds are considered to grant heat to the body and are popularly used to do away chills. The sesame seeds are ground and processed to make various snacks all over the world.

Sesame oil is massaged to relieve pain in joints and muscles. Sesame seeds in Commodity Impex are stored in clean storage units to protect from insects. They are manually checked for any impurities and adulteration and then packed in pouches that keep it fresh and crunchy.

Sesame seeds are tiny, flat oval seeds with a nutty taste and a delicate, almost invisible crunch. They come in a host of different colors, depending upon the variety, including white, yellow, black and red.

Sesame seeds are highly valued for their high content of sesame oil, an oil that is very resistant to rancidity.

Sesame seeds nutrition facts

One of the first oil seeds known to humankind, sesame seeds have been widely employed in culinary as well as traditional medicines for their nutritive, preventive, and curative properties. Sesame is an important source of phytonutrients such as omega-6 fatty acids, flavonoid phenolic anti-oxidants, vitamins, and dietary fiber with potential anti-cancer as well as health-promoting properties.

Pulses

Pulses are a great source of protein. This means they can be particularly important for people who don’t get protein by eating meat, fish or dairy products. But pulses can also be a healthy choice for meat-eaters. You can add pulses to soups, casseroles and meat sauces to add extra texture and flavour. This means you can use less meat, which makes the dish lower in fat and cheaper. Pulses are a good source of iron.

 

Chickpeas

Green chickpeas are often sold still attached to the branches they grew on. Part of enjoying them is the meditative picking from their fuzzy pods, to eat them on the spot, for a taste that combines the freshness of peas and the solidity of peanuts. Or to cook them in recipes like numina, a dish of spicy mashed green peas.

Coffee Machine Products

Coffee Machine Products

 

Click here to download our Brochure

Dallmayr coffee products

  • Dallmayr Topping
  • Dallmayr coffee gold instant
  • Dallmayr kakao
  • Dallmayr milk tea
  • Dallmayr Lemon tea

Click here to download our Brochure

Dallmayr capsules

  • Espresso Barista
  • Lungo Belluno
  • Espresso Artigiano
  • Lungo Azzurro
  • Espresso Ristretto
  • Espresso Indian Sundara
  • Lungo Mild Roast
  • Espresso Dark Roast
  • Espresso Decaffeinato
  • Lungo Ethiopia

 

Natural Pulps

Natural Pulps

  • Alphonso Mango Puree
  • Totapuri Mango Puree
  • Totapuri Mango Concentrate
  • Alphonso Mango Concentrate
  • Sindura Mango Puree
  • Neelam Mango Concentrate
  • Pink Guava Puree
  • White Guava Puree
  • White Guava Puree with grits
  • White Guava Concentrate
  • Acidified Banana Puree
  • Red Papaya Puree
  • Red Papaya Concentrate
  • Yellow Papaya Puree
  • Yellow Papaya Concentrate
  • Tomato Paste
OTHER INDUSTRIES

Other Industries

  • ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • RED ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • LEMON JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • PEAR JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • CARROT JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • PINEAPPLE JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • POMEGRANATE JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • PPLE PUREE
  • ORANGE PUREE
  • APRICOT PUREE
  • FRUCTOSE 42
  • DXTROSE MONOHYDRATE
  • WHIPPING AGENT
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
  • SORBIC ACID
  • INSTANT DRY YEAST
  • VEGETABLE SHORTENING
  • CAKE EMULSIFIER
  • NON DAIRY CREAMER
  • EGG POWDER
  • FRESH LIQUID EGG( SOURCE-KSA)
  • FROZEN EGGS (SOURCE –KSA)