Class II Caramel Colors Caustic Sulfite Caramel Colors E150b

Sethness Class II Caramel Colors are produced from carbohydrates that are heated in the presence of sulfite compounds. The resulting Class II Caramel Color carries a negative ionic charge. RT80 is the only Class II Liquid Caramel Color produced in the United States, and is commonly used in tea, whiskey, and brandy.

Class II Caramel Color Specifications and Nutritionals


Class II E150b

(Sulfite reactant, but no ammonia)

Liquid Caramel Color

RT80 Spec Nutr


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