Effective January 1, 2020, Sethness Products Company Caramel Colors have been re-branded and are now being sold as SETHNESS ROQUETTE Caramel Colors - the same quality Caramel Colors with a new brand name.
International Technical Caramel Association publishes new literature review
January 11, 2018
ITCA commissioned the open access publication to provide stakeholders an updated and concise overview of the caramel color literature that ties together existing studies, and puts into context regulatory actions and expert opinions to date.
More consumers are searching for solutions to help them cope with the negative effects of Celiac Disease, as well as gluten sensitivity and wheat allergies. Sethness Products Company provides safe, consumer-friendly color ingredients that give gluten-free products an enticing appearance.
Sethness caramel colors provide clean label solutions
June 13, 2016
To address the consumer demand for clean labels, Sethness Products Company continues to expand its wide variety of Caramel Colors that meet the unique specifications of many of today’s food and beverage products.
Sethness says 11 of its caramel colors, caramelized sugar syrups are now verified by the Non-GMO Project
February 24, 2016
As part of its ongoing campaign to offer Non-GMO Project Verified products to its customers, Sethness Products Company announces that 11 of its Caramel Colors and Caramelized Sugar Syrups are now verified by the Non-GMO Project.
Sethness addresses demand for cleaner labels and minimally-processed colors
January 8, 2016
Exclusive to Sethness, SB245 is the newest addition to the company’s expanding portfolio of Class I Caramel Colors. With a Tinctorial Power of 0.2350 – 0.265, this unique Caramel Color is significantly darker than traditional Class I Powders.
D.D. Williamson offers sophisticated colors for on-trend coffee and tea drinks
December 22, 2014
D.D. Williamson & Co.’s DDW Caramel 624 contributes coffee flavor notes in coffee drinks. If the customer's purpose is flavor, then the beverage processor may simply label it "Caramel" on the ingredient statement.
The color of a food or beverage is one of the most important aspects of its overall perception. The following Prepared Foods’ R&D Seminars discuss methods for measuring food color, as well as uses for beta-carotene, certified-organic colors and caramel colors.