For A Better Tasting Hummus Use A Non-GMO Project Verified Caramelized Sugar

Click the image above to watch our hummus R&D video. Why you should be using caramelized sugars for your next hummus project.

There’s no shortage of hummus makers these days, all of which have desire to put out the best products with clean natural ingredients that enhance flavors and of course can save costs. Caramelized sugar ingredients will fit right into this model for any company developing flavored hummus products.

The list below outlines why VPI’s caramelized sugar ingredients are relevant to your business for hummus development:

  • Labels as natural flavor
  • Masking properties with off-notes
  • Cost savings
  • Sugar reduction
  • Low usage rates
  • Flavor extension / modifications
  • Incidental color attributes

Caramelized sugars will enhance expensive flavors so you can use less, smooth out and remove lingering aftertaste off-notes and accent sweet, citrus or spicy notes. We are NOT regular table sugar, we’re just sugar and water cooked to just the right levels of caramelization 

So, if you’re in need of a highly versatile ingredient that does all this and more, look no further than caramelized sugar ingredients.

Caramelized sugar is that one ingredient you need, you just may not realize it yet.

Contact us today and request a sample for your next R&D food or beverage development project.
call 1-800-337-838

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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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