redivivo® Lycopene

Nature-identical lycopene

A coloration solution tailor-made for you

Are you looking for a nature-identical lycopene with the highest purity level? Our redivivo® Lycopene is available in various forms and offers superior stability, greater nutrient absorption and very low extrusion losses. It’s ideal for food and beverage applications like confectionery.

As the company responsible for the world’s first commercial synthesis of β-Carotene (and the global leader in carotenoid production), we have the experience and capabilities to help make your products healthier, more attractive and more profitable.

Our coloration solutions are tailor-made to meet your needs and uniquely positioned to address common challenges of supply, cost, quality, application and regulatory requirements – as well as meeting consumer needs. In fact, in a Global Health and Ingredient Sentiment Survey1, 61% of consumers said that they try to avoid artificial colors in their food and beverages choices. Our team will help you achieve it.

1Nielson, 2016

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More color choices

From pale lemon yellow to vibrant orange and red, we can provide a vast assortment of color choices. Furthermore, redivivo® Lycopene can be formulated into your applications, singly or mixed, to produce a virtually unlimited number of color tones and shades, formulated to meet your needs.

Consistent color quality

Our redivivo® Lycopene helps you maintain uniform color consistency throughout your product line. Whereas certain food dyes and extracts have a tendency to become unstable and fade over time, our carotenoids are stable and far more tolerant to the effects of direct sunlight.

Natural colors with health benefits

redivivo® Lycopene is part of a broad carotenoid portfolio from DSM that gives your products healthy benefits. For example, certain carotenoids work as antioxidants in the body to protect cells, tissues and organs against the damaging effects of free radicals, which may contribute to cancer, heart disease and eye diseases.

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