Meet The Delectables, The Best Thing to Happen to Caramelized Sugar since…well, Caramelized Sugar!

Meet Betty Beet™ and Clark Cane™, together they are known as The Delectables™, Defenders of the Caramelized Sugar Way. By day they are your regular everyday non-domestic Cane and Beet sugar but when they are spreading the word about the benefits of Caramelized Sugars they are ready to spring into action!

Betty Beet and Clark Cane, The Delectables. Defenders of the Caramelized Sugar Way.

The Delectables comic adventures assist with driving home the fact that caramelized sugars are simply Cane or Beet sugar that have been carefully caramelized by being cooked in water within pressurized kettles. Once the sugars are caramelized to perfection, they offer a wide array of options to choose from that can impact your flavoring systems in many different ways. In the end you have a large variety of syrups or powders to work with. All are Non-GMO, Kosher and Halal certified with others also designated as Non-GMO Project Verified and / or certified as organic.

The Delectables The Caramelized Sugar Experts
The Delectables show how the simple process is behind how our beet and cane sugars are caramelized. Click the image above to download the full PDF of their very first adventure.

We look forward to sharing the many upcoming adventures of the Delectables, as we continue to find ways to educate everyone on the benefits of caramelized sugars and how they can benefit your food development work.

<< Watch for our next installment of the Delectables featuring their brother Otis Organic and his journeys as he searches to clean up labeling everywhere with Caramelized Sugar organic ingredients.

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.

Published by

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.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s