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Edible Gold

Add luxury to your food and drink with 24K edible gold leaves

Kremar is the official distributor of Noris-Blattgold in Spain

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Aesthetics in Cooking

Waiters, pastry chefs, chocolatiers and chefs of the best restaurants in the world, who position themselves as premium establishments, add edible gold to their masterpieces. Such serving makes an unforgettable impression on the guest and adds sophistication to the dish.

The precious metal is tasteless, odorless, and non-allergenic, so it blends easily with any ingredient.

Edible gold is labeled as additive E175 (22–24 carats) and can be in the form of thin leaf, pellets, powder, or solution.

In haute cuisine, leaves of 22–24 carat gold are most commonly used, with a thickness of tenths of a micron, as well as pellets, shavings and powder.

Health Benefits

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At the beginning of the twentieth century the German bacteriologist Robert Koch received the Nobel Prize for the discovery of the unique properties of gold in its inhibitory effect on the bacteria that cause tuberculosis. Nowadays, gold supplements are actively used to treat asthma and bronchopulmonary diseases by doctors around the world.

  • Normalizes hormonal background, increases the body's defenses.

  • It has a 'cleansing' property, removes toxins from the body.

  • Starts the metabolism, improves liver and stomach function, and rejuvenates the body.

  • Destroys cancer cells without harming healthy cells.

  • Actively used in the treatment of asthma and bronchopulmonary diseases.

  • Strengthens the walls of blood vessels, improves heart muscle.

  • Stimulates mental activity, relieves nervous tension and suppresses depression.

  • It has no taste or smell and is hypoallergenic.

Frequent Questions

Can I eat gold leaf?

Gold leaf can be eaten because its quality is controlled. This is documented and confirmed both by our own quality control and by external tests. This high-quality line is produced under strict hygienic conditions. Available in 22 and 23 carat.

Is gold leaf suitable for vegans?

Yes. Gold leaf contains no animal products and isn't tested on animals.

Does gold leaf have an expiration date?

The expiration date is listed as a precautionary measure, but gold leaf has no expiration date and can usually be used much longer after the expiration date.

What does the E175 additive mean?

The gold leaf complies with E175. The E number is a European mark, which means that the product is safe for health and complies with EU-wide cleaning requirements. E100–E199 are colorants.

What does gold taste like?

Gold leaf is tasteless and odorless and is intended to decorate food and beverages.

Background

With Kremar's wide range of products, you can add value to your dishes and surprise your guests in a spectacular way.

Certificates of Quality

We offer our customers a variety of 22, 23 and 24K edible gold, tested and certified by the State Institute of Trade (in Germany).
All products are made in a 5th generation gold leaf factory.

  • Certificate #1
  • Certificate #2
  • Certificate #3

The First Mentions

Historical facts
The ancient Egyptians considered edible gold sacred and used it not only to decorate tombs and sarcophagi, but also to eat, thus approaching the gods (so they believed).
Italy
Italy

The famous Italian merchant and traveler of the 13th century, Marco Polo, mentions mixing food with gold in the Far East in his notes in "The Million".

Venice

In 1561 in Venice, at the wedding of the Prince of Bisignano, bread and oysters were served in gold leaf, and the nuns of the Santa Maria Celeste orphanage covered traditional Venetian cookies with gold.

Venice
England
England

During the reign of Queen Elizabeth, it was customary to decorate the banquet table with leaves of gold leaf, and grapes sprinkled with gold powder.

Asia

In the 15th century, the people of India and China believed that gold dust in food added wealth and good fortune to those who tasted it. And in Japan nowadays it's believed that gold dusted food attracts prosperity.

Asia

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