Sethness launches caramel coloring for cleaner labels

By Adi Menayang

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Image: Sethness Products Company
Image: Sethness Products Company
Sethness Products Company has launched a new non-GMO cane sugar-derived caramel color it claims is “significantly darker than traditional class I powders”.

Designed to meet demand for cleaner labels and minimally-processed colors, SB245 has a tinctorial power of 0.2350 – 0.265, making it significantly darker than traditional class I powders.

Unlike the characteristic red tones of other class I powdered caramel colors, SB245 offers a browner hue, which allows food and beverage manufacturers to switch from brown-toned class IV caramel colors to a more label-friendly class I.

Manufactured from cane sugar, which is non-GMO, SB245 is also low in sulfites, Kosher, and gluten free, while no 4-MeI (4-Methylimidazole) is created during its production.

“SB245 provides new clean-label opportunities for a variety of food and beverage applications:  bakery products, drink mixes, soups, sauces, gravies, spices, seasonings and rubs,”​ said the company.

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