Caramel color ranks as darkest in Class One

by Jeff Gelski
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The Caramel Color 570, now available in the North American marketplace, is the darkest Class One (plain) liquid caramel color in the portfolio of D.D. Williamson, Louisville, Ky. It measures 35% higher in color intensity than D.D. Williamson’s best-selling Class One liquid caramel in North America. Applications include flavors, cooked meat and poultry, breakfast cereals, and bakery and dessert toppings.

D.D. Williamson transferred the technology for Caramel Color 570 to its Louisville plant from its manufacturing operation in Europe, where Caramel Color 570 is used in alcoholic beverages.

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