|Additive Summary||Sulfite-Ammonia Caramel (E150d)|
|Essence||Sulfite-Ammonia Caramel or E150d is a color extremely popular with soft drinks typically for that brown or black-like look.|
|Names||Class IV Caramel, Soft-Drink Caramel, Sulphite-Ammonia Caramel, Acid-Proof Caramel, E150d, Sulfite-Ammonia Caramel, and others.|
|Sourcing||There are two possible sourcing ingredients. The additives can either be made from glucose or from sugar.|
|Manufacturing||In the presence of Sulphite and Ammonia, the sourcing ingredient undergoes the process of heating and burning.|
|Application||Color (pale-yellow to amber to dark brown to black but typically dark brown to black, water-soluble).|
|Acceptable Daily Intake||E150d has an ADI of 200 milligrams on every kilogram of bodyweight.|
|Side Effects||Highly processed sugars just in general are not kind to health. And being one as well, this can cause overweight, obesity, digestive problems, malnutrition, heart disease, diabetes, leaky gut, cancer, and other significant adverse health effects.|
|Studies||Less than 5 studies on Pubmed. Less than 5 studies on safety.|
|Allergens||This additive can be of Milk (Lactose) or Gluten.|
|Diet Restrictions||It may or may not be Vegan-compatible.|
|Health Knight Assessment||Likely Harmful. | Category 4 Additive.|
|Products||Sulfite-Ammonia Caramel can be present in supplements and medicine.
It is commonly used in soft drinks, chocolate syrups, coffee, balsamic vinegar, cocoa products, pastries, flavorings, food decorations, sweets, candy, chips, crisps, waffles, biscuits, cookies, energy drinks, beers, sauces, soups, bouillons, puddings, desserts, custards, dressings, fillings, spreads, breakfast cereal, ice creams, gravy, salads, french fries, cereal bars, chocolate bars, chocolates just in general, noodles, oats, tortillas, pancakes, nachos, veggie burgers, vegetarian meat alternatives, brown bread, cheesecakes, pizzas, chicken products, beef products, whiskies, rums, brandies, spirits, green teas, broths, baked beans, seafood sticks, toppings, yogurts, donuts, mushroom-related foods, mints, and other foods.