Trouble with Plant Protein Off-Notes? Caramelized Sugar Ingredients Has Your Answer

it’s safe to say that caramelized sugar is that one ingredient you need, you just may not realize it yet.

Are you in need of a clean label ingredient to negate plant protein off-notes? Wouldn’t it be nice if that same ingredient could also offer you the opportunity to reduce sugar, extend flavors and lead to a cost savings? Well then say hello to Caramelized Sugar, your secret ingredient and answer to all of these questions and much more.

From the hint of chemical notes to a nutty plant protein aftertaste, minimizing off-notes is an every-day challenge for anyone in the business of food and beverage R&D. The list of disapproved ingredients to keep labels clean is quite long but since caramelized sugar is made up of just sugar and water and can label as natural flavor, it’s safe to say that caramelized sugar is that one ingredient you need, you just may not realize it yet.

In the video below, Co-owner of Versatile Products and Ingredients, Beth D’Auria illustrates and describes for you the effectiveness of the caramelized sugars’ masking properties in a plant based, high protein snack chip.

Contact us today and request a sample for your next R&D food or beverage development project.
call 1-800-337-8380.

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Caramelized Sugar ingredients for the industrial R&D food scientist, chef, ingredient buyer and flavorist. Caramelized Sugars are real, natural ingredients, applied at low usage rates for flavor modifications, masking off-notes and sugar reduction. The caramelization of the sugar is the key to unlocking the flavor modification benefits. Low usage rates with many food and beverage development benefits. Caramelized syrups and powders are a component of any flavor system.

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