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Sensient Technologies Corporation Announces Major Investment in Natural Colors
Date:5/24/2010

Sensient invests $16 million in St. Louis facilities.

Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) May 24, 2010 -- Sensient Technologies Corporation (NYSE:SXT) plans to add to its natural color capabilities by investing $16 million at its Color Group headquarters site in St. Louis, Missouri. Sensient will build an additional 25,000 sq. ft. facility dedicated wholly to natural colors production. The plant will be the largest and most advanced natural food coloring plant in North America. The building will include major new equipment for natural color emulsions, dispersions and liquid colors.

This is the latest in a planned series of investments to expand Sensient's natural color global capabilities. Previous investments include an increase in emulsion capability in Hamburg, Germany, a brand new facility in Guangzhou, China, and expanded capacity in anthocyanins in Reggio Emilia, Italy. These natural color investments will total more than $50 million.

With the St. Louis project, Sensient will enhance its position in the U.S. and abroad as a leader in natural food colors. Most of the world's largest food and beverage manufacturers use Sensient colors and flavors to make their household brand-name food and beverage products. Sensient partners with them to formulate the products that consumers want.

Kenneth P. Manning, Chairman and CEO of Sensient Technologies Corporation, said, "This major new investment emphasizes the growing importance of natural colors for food and beverages. The trend towards natural colors is accelerating, and this new manufacturing plant will further promote the conversion to natural co
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