A lasting natural sensory experience with Sense Preservation
Tasty, juicy, fresh and pink: we keep your burger just the way you like it. While consumer demand for healthier foods continues to grow, there’s no room for compromise when it comes to visual appeal, taste and performance.
From ensuring food safety and preventing spoilage to maintaining the perfect natural flavour and colour, our Sense Preservation natural shelf life solutions go the extra mile to guarantee an optimal sensory experience that lasts.
Meeting your natural food preservation challenges
Building on the experience of Naturex, part of Givaudan, our experts and scientists have been unlocking the power of botanicals for over 25 years. Inspired by nature, Givaudan’s range of effective and clean label preservation solutions can meet your shelf life expectations with a consumer-friendly product.
Desirable mouthfeel and high-performance emulsification – achieved with familiar food-based ingredients Accelerated product development support – from experts with a comprehensive understanding of the interactions between natural ingredients Botanical solutions that deliver more than just texture and stability – nutritional benefits, too Plant-based alternatives to synthetic texturisers and emulifiers – with a cost-in-use that's affordable
Desirable mouthfeel and high-performance emulsification – achieved with familiar food-based ingredients
Accelerated product development support – from experts with a comprehensive understanding of the interactions between natural ingredients
Botanical solutions that deliver more than just texture and stability – nutritional benefits, too
Plant-based alternatives to synthetic texturisers and emulifiers – with a cost-in-use that's affordable
We are ready to support you every step of the way in creating the perfect natural preservation solution for your product:
- A secured and sustainable supply of raw materials.
- Proven ingredients backed by shelf life tests in application.
- Formulation support to meet your performance requirements.
- Regulatory assistance for label-friendly solutions that reassure your consumer.
Naturally maintaining shelf life in a wide array of applications
Our food scientists work in dedicated application laboratories around the world to solve customers’ clean label preservation challenges, using our complete set of natural solutions in a wide range of products.
Meat and poultry
Fats and oils
Snacks and bakery
Sauces and dressings
Get in touch to find out more about how we can naturally maintain the taste, colour and texture of your next food or beverage product.
Unlocking rosemary’s natural antioxidant properties
Our rosemary extracts are science-backed products supported by our advanced botanical knowledge and extensive preservation studies.
A world of botanicals for lasting freshness
In addition to rosemary, Givaudan’s botanical scientists have explored the food preservation powers of multiple botanicals, including acerola, pomegranate and green tea, for example. Each ingredient is standardised in active compounds to provide optimal protection from oxidation depending on the application.
Our experts have also developed several blends for synergistic effects. For example, our XtraBlend® RN, derived from spinach and rosemary, offers a high-performance natural alternative to ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) for mayonnaise, salad dressings and other lipid emulsions.
Finally, there’s more to food preservation than just maintaining taste and colour. The food and beverage industry is currently faced with growing food safety concerns along with consumer demand for more transparency and clean label.
Our botanical expertise enables us to also offer ingredients that address these food safety concerns. Our solutions for meat and poultry products are specifically developed to inhibit bacterial growth and food spoilage, naturally.
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The information provided and its uses must be checked for compliance under appropriate local regulations.
There is currently no harmonised legal definition for naturalness of food ingredients.
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