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  • A sweetener is any non-carbohydrate whose primary characteristic taste is sweet.There are two types of sweetners: Caloric and non-caloric sweetners.
  • Caloric sweeteners provide sweet flavor and bulk when added to food. They also maintain freshness and contribute to product quality. Caloric sweeteners act as a preservative in jams and jellies, and a flavor enhancer in processed meats. They provide fermentation for breads and pickles, bulk to ice cream, and body to carbonated beverages.
  • Noncaloric sweeteners are used in place of caloric sweeteners in some cases. They do not provide calories, but they do provide the sweet taste. All noncaloric sweeteners are chemically processed.
  • Sorbitol and mannitol are sugar alcohols which are used in chewing gum and hard candies. They provide about the same number of calories as table sugar, or sucrose, however they are absorbed more slowly by the body.
  • Neotame, an exciting new sweetener and flavor enhancer, provides manufacturers flexibility in formulating great tasting products throughout their existing food and beverage portfolios.
  • In the United States, five artificially derived sugar substitutes have been approved for use. They are saccharin, aspartame, sucralose, neotame and acesulfame potassium.
  • The food and beverage industry is increasingly replacing sugar or corn syrup with artificial sweeteners in a range of products traditionally containing sugar. In the UK, for instance, it is now almost impossible to find any non-cola soft drinks in supermarkets which are not sweetened with artificial sweeteners, and even things like pickled beetroots and gherkins are increasingly artificially sweetened.
  • Substituting artificial sweeteners for sugar in recipes can be a challenge because sugar provides so much more than sweetness volume, browning, moisture, and tenderness are also affected.

 

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General
  • Sugars and Sweeteners-FAQ
  • FAQ-Artificial Sweetener
  • Sweeteners
  • Fact Sheet-Artificial Sweeteners
  • Facts About Sucralose
  • Sugars and Sweeteners in Foods
  • Artificial Sweeteners
  • Sucralose Brochure
  • Honey
  • Sugar Substitutes
  • Natural and Artificial Sugar Substitutes
  • Stevia-Natural Sweeteners
  • Consumption of Sweeteners

Caloric and Non-Caloric Sweeteners

  • Low-Calorie Sweeteners
  • Sorbitol
  • Aspartame
  • Acesulfame-K
  • Sucralose
  • Alitame
  • Mannitol
  • Saccharin

Neotame Sweetener

  • Facts About Neotame
  • Neotame and Flavor Enhancement
  • Neotame Ingredient
  • Neotame Powder
  • Neotame Science
  • Neotame Stability
  • Neotame Matrix
  • Neotame Sales Surge in 2004
  • Wall Street Journal
  • FDA-US
  • Links for Neotame Files

Manufacturing Process

  • Corn Sweetener Processing
  • Maltitol Syrup E 965 Production Process
  • Starch Sweeteners Process
  • Removal of NaCL in Sweetener Production Process
  • Emerald Forest Sugar-Production Process
  • High Fructose Corn Syrup Production Process

Products and Price List

  • Cargill Sweeteners-Baking/Cereal
  • Beverages
  • Confections
  • Dairy
  • Cookies n' Cream Ice Cream Sandwich
  • High Fructose Corn Syrup
  • Erythritol
  • Amberlite FPA51
  • Invert Sugar(Syrup)
  • Danisco Sugar Products
  • Sunett
  • Cyklamate-Saccharin Sweeteners
  • Lyons Coffee Service Price List
  • Hartland Natural Foods
  • Saralee Food Service

Technology

  • Artificial Sweeteners-Splenda
  • DFI Invests in Xylitol Sweetener Technology
  • Director Flavor and Sweetener Technology
  • Sucralose-US Patent
  • Brazzein Sweetener-US Patent

Equipment Required and Equipment Suppliers

  • Drying and Cooling Plant
  • Membrane Filtration
  • Modular Biotechnological Equipment
  • Syrup Room Filters and Blenders Suppliers
  • Sweeteners Equipment Directory
  • International Starch Institute
  • Sweeteners Tools and Equipment Suppliers

Guidelines

  • Sweetener Policies in Japan
  • Problems of Artificial Sweeteners
  • Sweetener Information Sheet
  • Guide to Natural Sweeteners

Regulatory Issues

  • Prevention of Food Adulteration Act & Rules
  • Effect of Sweeteners
  • Sweetener Intake By Children with Diabetes
  • Low-Calorie Sweeteners and Other Sugar Substitutes- Safety Issues
  • Food Facts
  • Sweet Nothings
Consultants
  • Expert Consulting Services
  • Alternative Sweeteners in Confectionery
  • Flavor Consultants

Market Reports

  • Sweetener Consumption in United States
  • Sugar and Sweeteners Outlook
  • International Sugar Organization 2004
  • Tate & Lyle New Segment Information
  • Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards in India- Gain Report
  • Consumption of Intense Sweeteners -Australia/ New Zealand
  • Tagatose Sweetener to Enter European Market
  • Global Bio-chem Technology Group Company
  • Mannitol Method to Slash Price for Low Cal Sugar Replacer
  • ZuChem Launches First Mannitol Sweetener
  • International Sugar Organization-2002
  • International Sugar Organization-2005
  • Sweeteners' Salient Future

Manufacturers and Suppliers

  • Acesulfame-K Manufacturers and Suppliers
  • Acesulfame-K Exporters
  • Aspartame Manufacturers and Suppliers
  • Aspartame Suppliers-China
  • Thaumatin Suppliers
  • Neohesperidine DC Exporters
  • Sugar and Sweeteners Products Suppliers
  • Sodium Cyclamate Suppliers-China
  • Sodium Saccharin Manufacturers and Suppliers
  • Stevioside Manufacturers and Exporters
  • Acesulfame-K and Aspartame Manufacturer
  • Sweeteners Selling Leads
  • Saccharin Sweeteners Suppliers-Worldwide
  • Other Sweeteners Manufacturers and Suppliers

Buyers and Importers

  • Sodium Cyclamate Buyers
  • Aspartame Buyers
  • Neohesperidine DC Importer
  • Sugar and Sweeteners Buyers
  • Sweeteners Buyers-Worldwide
  • Sweeteners Indian Buyers
  • Saccharin Buyers
  • Thaumatin Buyer

Manufacturing Plant Details

  • Hermes Sweetener
  • Tate & Lyle to Build New Sucralose Plant in Singapore
  • Sucralose Organization
  • Brazilian Sugar Industry
  • Cassava Starch Industry
  • Increased Production Efficiency in Wet Corn Milling
  • Starch Industry in India

Applications

  • Use of Nutritive and Nonnutritive Sweeteners
  • Non-nutritive Intense Sweeteners Use
  • Enhancing Glycosylation to Treat Muscular Dystrophies
  • Ice Cream Production
  • Candy Making
  • Jellied Products Without Added Sugar
  • Coca-Cola Quality Control Processes-India

Project Reports and Investment Details

  • Food Ingredients Research Projects-China
  • Tate & Lyle Chose SIMATIC IT to Improve Supply Chain Efficiency
  • Sweeteners Solutions
  • Demographics Report
  • ERS Produce Markets Project
  • Georgia's Traditional Industries Program for Food Processing
  • FoodPAC Report-2003
  • Sucralose Project
  • Foreign Investment in Cuba
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • OECD Global Forum on International Investment

Addition Information

  • Artificial Sweeteners and Fat Replacers
  • Sugar and Sweeteners-Data Tables

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