July is for BERRIES

Foodies, Happy National Berry Month!

What better way to show appreciation then enhancing those berry notes in your applications?!

We recommend our VPI-035-CANE and 77/085-11. Both syrups are between a light and medium roast, on the golden-light brown side of the color spectrum, adding a sweet, berry-licious, mouth watering POP.

As I promised, we are bringing another recipe your way to try at home! – Let’s make some berry cereal bars, shall we?

Here’s what you need:


  • 18 g Vegetable Oilfruit granola bar
  • 14 g Sugar
  • 25 g Glucose Syrup
  • Fresh blueberries, raspberries, and/or strawberries
  • 42g Caramelized Sugar Syrup VPI-035-CANE or 77/085-11

Note: Usage rates are dependent on the type of cereals being used in the bars. Keep in mind the smaller cereal pieces tend to have a higher usage rate than large cereal pieces.

Here’s what you do:


  • Create syrup by combining all ingredients and mixing
  • Add cereals to coat
  • Bake for 10 minutes at 350° F
  • Cut into desired shape and allow to cool

**Caramelized Sugars derived from Cane syrups will result in a harder bar.**

GIVE IT A TRY. Put your own, add your own unique touch. Get a little crazy, add a little chocolate. Whatever floats your berry boat.

Just don’t forget the Caramelized Sugar!

We would love to see what you have cookin’. Feel free to share with us below!

Thanks for reading, until next time.




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