Sugar Reduction by Reformulating with Flavor and Caramelized Sugars

With a new decade upon us, more companies are being tasked with reducing sugar in their products. Caramelized Sugars have helped our existing customers address this very issue. You may ask, how can a product with sugar in its name assist with the task of sugar reduction? As you continue to read you’ll understand just why our Caramelized Sugars are the perfect ingredient to help you achieve your goal of sugar reduction.

Let’s take a closer look to better understand why this is possible. Our caramelization process provides syrups and powders that are extremely impactful at very low usage rates; 0.5% to 2.0%. Our manufacturing process allows us to create a wide range of unique flavor profiles for each of our syrups and powders. The chart below shows the range of our flavor profiles from light and sweet, up through very dark and robust.

Caramelized Sugar Ingredient Drip Charts

OUR CARAMELIZED SUGARS ALLOW YOU TO REDUCE YOUR OVERALL USE OF SUGAR, WHILE ALSO PROVIDING ADDITIONAL BENEFITS AS FOLLOWS:

  • Enhance Your Flavors
  • Taste Modifier
  • Provides Masking Properties to Eliminate Off Notes
    (such as in plant proteins)
  • Provides Incidental Color
  • Improves Mouthfeel
  • Standardize Your Formulation

OF COURSE WE ALSO MEET ALL THE NECESSARY CLEAN LABEL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Natural Flavor
  • Kosher
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten Free
  • No Allergens
  • No Additives
  • No Preservatives
  • No Sulfites

ADDITIONAL OPTIONS AVAILABLE IN:

  • Organic Certified
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Fair Trade Certified
  • Halal Certified

Contact us today and request a sample for your next R&D food or beverage development project. You need Caramelized Sugars, You Just Don’t Know it Yet.

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TheCaramelizedSugarExperts

Blogging all about the benefits of Caramelized Sugar ingredients as it relates to the industrial R&D food scientist, chef and/or ingredient buyer. Caramelized Sugars are applied at low usage rates for flavor modifications, masking off-notes not sweetening.

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