DDW is proud to offer an innovative new oil dispersible technology suitable for use in brown seasonings. This oil dispersible technology plates easily and consistently on salt for a uniform appearance and allows for even distribution in dry seasoning blends. It also keeps the color from sticking to the equipment during the manufacturing process.
Watch the following video to learn more:
A snack dusting may contain powdered annatto to suggest cheese flavor. A barbecue or hot sauce seasoning may contain a blend of powdered paprika and caramel color. DDW produces a dozen different types of powdered caramel colors with surface shades ranging from yellow-brown to reddish-brown to nearly black. Often these serve as the stability and hue base of dry blends with other natural coloring. Non-GM versions are available.
With our premium natural colorings in a wide range of hues, we’d love to help you choose the right DDW Color for your savory or seasoning.
Our color products have been tested and proven in the marketplace; they will deliver a colorful answer for your savory or seasoning.
DDW (D.D. Williamson) manufactures a wide variety of liquid and powder caramels and natural colors. If you have any questions about using DDW caramel color or natural colors in your savory or seasoning, please contact us.
Liquid smoke uses coloring with stability at pH 3.0 or less. Contact us for more information!
Need help choosing the right DDW Caramel Color for your sauce, soup or dressing application? Use this helpful DDW caramel color comparison chart:
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|20% Salt Stable||#641||#201|
|10% Salt Stable||#201|
|Baked Bean Sauce|
|Salad Dressings & Dips||#570|
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|Instant Noodle Seasoning|
|Seasoned Rice Mix|
|Breadings & Coatings|
|Marinades & Meat Rubs|
|Textured Vegetable Protein|
|Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein|