Natural, stable, 
homogenous
yellow pigment

Stable, efficient and long-lasting coloration with a high saponification degree and formulated against pigment oxidation

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What is included in the Xamacol line?

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Highly stable red pigment with 98% saponification

XAMACOL® 15 LIQUID is a natural yellow liquid feed premixture containing 15 g/kg of total carotenoids. It is a stable, efficient, long-lasting pigment with reliable results and clear benefits:

» High saponification degree, ensuring optimal coloration efficacy
» Formulation protecting the pigments from oxidation
» Fine uniform particle size for homogenous distribution in feed

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High performing yellow pigment for egg yolks and broiler skin

XAMACOL® 40 is a natural yellow powder feed premixture containing 40 g/kg of total carotenoids. It is a stable, efficient, long-lasting pigment with reliable results and clear benefits:

» High saponification degree, ensuring optimal coloration efficacy
» Formulation protecting the pigments from oxidation
» Fine uniform particle size for homogenous distribution in feed

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High performing yellow pigment for egg yolks and broiler skin

XAMACOL® 60 is a natural yellow powder feed premixture containing 60 g/kg of total carotenoids. It is a stable, efficient, long-lasting pigment with reliable results and clear benefits:

» High saponification degree, ensuring optimal coloration efficacy
» Formulation protecting the pigments from oxidation
» Fine uniform particle size for homogenous distribution in feed

The Xamacol line gives proven benefits to these species:

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Broilers
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Get homogenous, stable natural pigmentation

Predictable results, top saponification, long-term storage

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