Yellow-Orange to Orange Hues

Our range of naturally sourced yellow-orange to orange hues is derived from paprika, annatto, carrot and blends of these pigments. Select products are available in high stability forms.

Durabrite® Colors Organic Colors Vegetone® Color Systems

Optimizing Your Hue: Annatto

We have a range of natural yellow-orange hues — derived from annatto, carrot, paprika and turmeric — that can help you provide a cleaner label solution without loss of performance.

Raw Materials Light Stability Heat Stability pH range Comments
Annatto Good Good Optimum pH range 3.0-8.0 Good stability in general. Degradation can occur with heating over long time periods. Some formulations affected by pH.

Optimizing Your Hue: Carrot

To give foods a “pop” of color, Sunset Yellow FCF (E110) or Yellow #6 are often used. But you may be looking to replace these synthetic colors with more natural label-friendly alternatives, without losing the performance of synthetic colors. We have a range of natural yellow-orange to orange solutions to help solve your dilemma.

Raw Materials Light Stability Heat Stability pH range Comments
Carrot Good Good Optimum pH range 3.0-8.0 Ideal replacement for beta-carotene and mixed carotenes.

Optimizing Your Hue: Paprika

Raw Materials Light Stability Heat Stability pH range Comments
Paprika Good Good Optimum pH range 3.0-8.0 Not affected by pH. Good stability in most applications but susceptible to oxidative degradation. Durabrite® Paprika provides significant stability improvement. Organic certified paprika available.

Case Study: Color Stability in Cheese Slices

A processed cheese producer was being evaluated as a supplier for processed cheese slices that replace synthetic colors while maintaining light stability.

Processed Cheese Natural Color

Read the case study on how we helped one customer provide color stability in cheese slices.

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