Nutraceuticals is an exciting new area for All Colour Supplies with the recent announcement of a partnership with the Indian producer, Divis, who offer quality solutions for human nutrition and health. Divis are a trusted global leader in the manufacturing of Nutraceuticals. Divis has over 30 years’ experience in the industry, is backed by over 400 scientists and employs over 17,000 people in 3 manufacturing plants. Divis quality is backed through ISO 9001, US FDA, Kosher, Halal, Non-GMO, FSSC-22000, ISO 14001, HACCP and OHSAS18001. We are now able to offer a broad range of products in this area including Beta Carotene, Astaxanthin, Lycopen, Lutein, Zeaaxanthin, Apocarotenal, Canthaxanthin, Vitamins A, D, D2, D3 and E as well as many others.


Beta-Carotene is a colourant used to colour clear and transparent beverages, such as flavored waters, soft drinks, energy and sports drinks. The result is a bright, transparent colour that makes beverages very appealing to consumers.

Natural Astaxanthin

Astaxanthin is a naturally occurring oil-soluble red carotenoid pigment found primarily in aquatic animals. Studies showed that this strong antioxidant micronutrient can play a role in decreasing the impact of inflammation, support skin, eye and brain health, and aid in exercise recovery.


Lycopene is an oil-soluble red carotenoid pigment which occurs naturally in a number of fresh fruits and vegetables, such as tomatoes, watermelon, pink grapefruit and papaya. As a powerful antioxidant, lycopene is thought to protect the body from harmful free radicals. Scientific studies indicate that lycopene may be helpful in supporting cardiovascular, prostate and skin health.

Lutein and Zeaxanthin

Lutein and zeaxanthin are carotenoids naturally occurring in eggs and green leafy vegetables like spinach and kale. Both of these yellow orange nutrients are deposited in the macular portion of the retina, where they protect the eye by filtering harmful blue light. Growing body of scientific evidence shows that they may help protect from age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

Vitamin A

Two different types of vitamin A sources naturally exist in the diet: pro-vitamin A (beta-carotene), found in plant-based foods such as fruits and vegetables; and vitamin A found in animal-based foods such as meat, fish and dairy foods. Vitamin A can be included in dietary supplements as retinyl acetate or palmitate. Vitamin A may contribute to the maintenance of healthy skin, teeth, mucous membranes and skin. It also supports immunity and promotes good vision, especially in low light.

Vitamin D

The importance of vitamin D in maintaining bone health has been established for many years. Scientific research continues to show the positive effects of vitamin D in many health aspects, including calcium and phosphorus absorption, muscle function, oral health, immunity and cognitive function. Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) is a vegan vitamin D sourced from yeast. Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is sourced from lanolin.