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Sethness Roquette provides a wide range of Caramel Colors, Burnt Sugars, Aromatic and Textured Caramels, and Brewing Syrups designed for numerous applications, such as Soft Drinks, Beers, Spirits, Confectionery, Baking, Dairy, Savoury and Pet Food products.  Established in 1880 in Chicago (USA) as Sethness Products Company, Sethness Roquette is the worldwide leader in Caramels for the Food Industry. Always empowered by strong family ownership, (first with the Sethness family and, since 2018, with the Roquette family) we strive to support the long-term growth of our customers around the world. 
To continue our strong focus on caramels and our customers’ specific requirements, Sethness Roquette operates as a strong and independent unit within the Roquette Group, a global leader in plant-based ingredients and a pioneer of new vegetal proteins. We are dedicated to the art and science of making caramels and developing formulations to better fit our customers’ needs. 
Our teams use a wide range of natural raw materials and put years of experience and expertise...

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Sales markets Africa; Asia; Australia; Central/South America; Eastern Europe; Middle East; North America; Western Europe
Primary business activity Manufacturer: Ingredients / Additives
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Sethness Roquette hits the sweet spot! Discover our forthcoming outstanding Caramel Specialties

3 Nov 2020

Sethness Roquette hits the sweet spot! Discover our forthcoming outstanding Caramel Specialties

In a fast-growing market looking for more healthy, simple, clean, clear labelled and alternative solutions, consumers are not willing to compromise on pleasure and indulgence. And neither do we.

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