Gold is totally safe when ingested. It is anallergenic, neutral in taste and chemically inert. Both the European Union and United States authorize the use of gold to decorate food. In the luxury food industry, it is used in the form of powder, leaves, flakes or spinkles.
Edible gold is a delight to amateurs of luxury cuisine all around the world.
The biggest consumer is India, with an estimated 12 tons of culinary gold per year. Gold-leaf is used to decorate traditional pastries, as well as certain lamb-based delicacies served at weddings and religious festivals. In China, certain types of venison are sprinkled with gold, and in Japan, it is customary to exchange good wishes for the new year over a cup of sake containing gold. Some of Japan's finest chefs garnish their best sashimi with fine gold. In Pakistan, gold is sometimes consumed for its supposed aphrodisiac and stimulating properties.
In France and Sweitzerland, renowned chocolatier artisans decorate their truffles, a magical experience for the tastebuds, with fragments of gold-leaf.
DELAFÉE, THE MAGIC OF GOLD
Edible gold is a current trend in luxury restauration, as well as with pastry-chefs and chocolatiers. But this is hardly a new phenomenon, as enthusiasm for the precious metal in gastronomy dates back thousand of years. Since Antiquity, gold has been prized for its esthetic qualities, its symbolic strength, and sometimes for its supposed magical power. DeLafée has artfully created unique epicurean products, decorated with edible gold: luxurious, unforgettable presents that express love, passion and succes.
DeLafée, the ambassador of your emotions.
Gold is an edible metal. The Eurpean Union and the United States authorize its use as a food additive, under the code E 175.
DeLafée's edible gold complies with European and American food additive standard.
You can order the finest edible gold from DeLafée on this website, or by phone by calling the following number: +41 - 32 - 724 48 60+41 - 32 - 724 48 60 .
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