Class IV Caramel Colors Sulfite Ammonia Caramel Colors

Class IV, Sulfite Ammonia Caramel Colors, are comparable to E150d. The carbohydrate raw material is heated in the presence of both sulfite and ammonium compounds. The resulting Caramel Color carries a negative. Class IV Caramel Colors are the most widely produced Caramel Colors, and are commonly found in colas.

Class IV Caramel Color Product Specifications and Technical Data

(Sulfite and ammonia reactants)

Liquid Caramel Color

AP100 (discontinued as of 12/01/2018) Not FCC Compliant Download
S190 (Low 4-MeI) Download
RTL120 (Low 4-MeI) Download
RTL4 (Low 4-MeI) Download
RT240 Download
LF235 Download
HPH400 Download
LF363 (Low 4-MeI) Download
STDXX Download
(Made from cane sucrose)
DSL4 (Low 4-MeI) Download
DS400 Download

Powder Caramel Color

CM29 (discontinued as of 12/01/2018) Download
LF035 (Low 4-MeI) Download
LF320 (Low 4-MeI) Download
RT325 (discontinued as of 12/01/2018) Download
BC420 (discontinued as of 12/01/2018) allowed for export only Download
LF410 Download
AP680 Download
722 (discontinued as of 12/01/2018) Download
LF735 (Low 4-MeI) Download
SB702 (discontinued as of 12/01/2018)
(Made from cane sucrose)
(Made from cane sucrose)
858 Download

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