New Stevia Plus Allulose Ingredient Is Blood Sugar Friendly

Source: Nutritional Outlook – Jennifer Grebow May 9, 2018 Allulose, or D-allulose, is an up-and-coming ingredient in the sweetening world. This low-calorie sweetener, which naturally occurs in sources like wheat, figs, raisins, and jackfruit, is molecularly similar to fructose and glucose, but it has an outstanding quality: because it […]

Ingredient Companies Increase Production Capacity

Find the original article by Beverage Industry at: Beneo, Morris Plains, N.J., opened a new Wanze, Belgium-based plant to manufacture vegetal protein. As the requests for plant-based proteins grows in North America and worldwide, the $5.5 million factory will serve more food manufacturing customers, the company says. Beneo also will be able […]

Sweetening solutions gain momentum in reducing sugar content, improving taste

Check out the original article by Barbara Harfmann here: A McDonald’s TV commercial that aired in the late-1970s featured a little boy adorably telling a little girl who was moving away how “neat, sweet and hard to beat” she was. When it comes to sweetening solutions like stevia, erythritol and monk fruit, […]

Icon Foods Announces Release of Revolutionary New Sweetener RA99M

Collaboration with China’s BioLotus Technology supports the development of advanced stevia-based sweetener for North American food and beverage manufacturers PORTLAND, Oregon — Icon Foods continues to lead in the development of next-generation sweeteners with the rollout of RA99M, a groundbreaking new sweetener that couples affordability for food and beverage manufacturers […]

The Rush to Reduce Sugar

Karen Nachay | November 2018, Volume 72, No.11 Click here to read the article from the original post.  Eat less sugar. That’s what consumers have heard for years. Consuming less sugar can be a challenge though. Sugar plays several functional roles in food and beverage applications and often turns up […]