Sethness Products Company is a worldwide leader in the production of Caramel Color. We focus purely on Caramel Color, so naturally, we offer the highest-quality Caramel Colors on the market today.

Sethness provides the largest selection of liquid and powdered Caramel Colors for a wide variety of food and beverage applications. From our minimally-processed Class I Caramel Colors, to our cola-friendly Class IV Caramel Colors, Sethness offers an extensive line of Caramel Colors to fit every application need.

To address the consumer demand for clean labels and “Free From” ingredients, Sethness is proud to offer a multitude of clean-label options including gluten-free, allergen-free, Certified Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified Caramel Colors.

For over 135 years, Caramel Color has been our sole business. It’s our passion.

Simply put… Sethness is Caramel Color.


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Sethness Joins Regional Food & Beverage Network

To promote growth within the Chicago-area food and beverage industry, Sethness Products Company recently joined the Chicagoland Food and Beverage Network (CF&BN). Launched in April, 2017, the CF&BN is a food and beverage cluster organization that is a hub for companies, service providers, government, academia and a wide range of stockholders.

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Sethness Offers Complete Line of Non-GMO Project Verified Caramel Colors

Sethness now offers the industry’s most complete line of Non-GMO Project Verified Caramel Colors and Caramelized Sugar Syrups. With the latest verification of SB245, the company’s darkest Class I powdered Caramel Color, Sethness provides twelve products that are Non-GMO Project Verified. Sethness’ Non-GMO Project Verified products are produced in compliance with the Project’s standard.

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Demand Soars for Colors from Natural Sources

Food companies may have clearance for take-off from the Food and Drug Administration when it comes to using synthetic F.D.&C. colors in their products, but dark clouds have appeared in the guise of consumer concerns. In response, ingredient suppliers increasingly are putting new colors from natural sources on the application runway, ready to replace synthetic F.D.&C. colors.

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