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If it's got milk or cream in it, then refrigerate it. Otherwise pure sugar and salt doesn't really spoil. As a general rule dryer goods take longer to spoil, and fat/oil is very difficult to spoil.
Do you mean that you made salted caramel today or melted it into a sauce? If you mean made it, keep it loosely covered in a cool, very dry place, not the fridge. Moisture is the enemy of caramel and if it's salted, the salt will attract even more moisture. Or, you can wrap them really well and freeze them. If it is a melted, salted caramel sauce, just ...
Milk contains lactose naturally, so there will always be a minimum amount of sugar that any condensed milk will contain. Having said the above, the recipe for making lowest-possible-sugar condensed milk, is evaporated milk (which still contains all of the lactose), so that's still sweet as well, but not overpoweringly so. If evaporated milk is not sweet ...
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