Caramel Color can be used in Food, Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Health & Personal care products, Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry. Caramel Color can be used in beer, brown breads, chocolate, cookies, liquor, custards, fillings and toppings, desserts mixes, doughnuts, and soft drinks. Caramel color is the world’s most widely used food coloring. It’s made in a heating process called caramelization. In its basic state, caramel coloring ranges from pale yellow to amber to dark brown. But when added to some foods, it can create many other colors.
Caramel Color uses as follows:
In Food Production
Caramel Color is widely used as colouring agent and flavor enhancer in food. Caramel coloring has improved the appeal of hundreds of different foods, the application such as in Bakery, Beer & Spirits, Beverages, Flavors & Ingredients, Meats, Nutritional, Pet Food, Prepared Foods, Sauces & Seasonings.
Caramel Color can be used as colouring agents, flavor enhancer, emulsifier and suspending agents in beverage such as in Carbonated soft drinks, Teas, Lemonades, Fruit drinks, Powdered drink mixes.
In Health and Personal care
Caramel is a colorant derived from heating edible sugar. In cosmetics and personal care products, Caramel is used in the formulation of a wide variety of product types. Caramel imparts a brown color to cosmetics and personal care products.
In Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry
Caramel Color can be used as colorant in Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry feed such as in pet food, dog food.
In Other Industries