Chr. Hansen is the world leader in natural colors. We apply our deep knowledge and insights about pigments, applications, and regulatory requirements around the globe to help our customers – and consumers – bring safe and appetizing food to the table. Sourced from nature, our color portfolio is the largest and most vibrant in the food industry, and our active role in the industry spans 140 years. We are part of Chr. Hansen Holding, who develops natural ingredient solutions for the food, nutritional, pharmaceutical and agricultural industries. Chr. Hansen employs over 3,000 people in 30 countries and is listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen.

For inquiries, contact:
Jane Olsen Ballester
Business Development Manager
Phone: +33 499616101
Fax: +33 467594853
Email: naturalcolors@Chr-Hansen.com

Colour use makes a difference in consumers' purchasing decisions: CHR Hansen

Colour use makes a difference in consumers' purchasing decisions: CHR Hansen

Colour use makes a difference in consumers’ purchasing decisions: CHR Hansen Chains can also use colour to bring further interest to seasonal items.

Clean, simple and naturally sourced - A red color like no other

Clean, simple and naturally sourced - A red color like no other

Chr. Hansen launches a vibrant, minimally processed red vegetable juice concentrate, with unique coloring properties based on the HANSEN SWEET POTATO. (Ipomea batatas)

Chr. Hansen ranked as the most sustainable company in the world

Chr. Hansen ranked as the most sustainable company in the world

One month short of its official 145th anniversary, global bioscience company Chr. Hansen is ranked the most sustainable company in the world by Corporate Knights, a specialized Toronto-based media and investment research firm.

Ideas to Make Your Food Stand Out From the Crowd

Ideas to Make Your Food Stand Out From the Crowd

Health and wellbeing are primary concerns for both shoppers and consumers globally. No subject is off limits and consumers are looking to brands to help them maintain healthy lifestyles, all without losing taste and visual appeal, even when dining out.