These are all the posts that have been tagged with sweetener.
Lampados International is completing a new plant expansion for the production of Liteez, a vegan, egg-free 3D meringue kiss sweetener for hot drinks.
Producer of natural sweeteners, flavours, and botanicals Layn has announced the opening of its European office in Savona, Italy.
Mary Quinlan looks at the problems associated with RA purity and how these can be overcome with certain sweeteners
A new UK company is rivalling leading cola brands with the launch its Green Cola product, sweetened with stevia and caffeinated with green coffee beans.
Speciality food ingredients producer Tate & Lyle is this year celebrating the 150-year anniversary of its Koog aan de Zaan (Koog) production facility in the Netherlands.
Tate & Lyle and Sweet Green Fields have entered into an exclusive partnership to deliver stevia ingredients and solutions to customers around the world.
Food technology company Unavoo, in partnership with its investor ED&F Man, is launching a new product that will fully eliminate added sugar and artificial sweeteners from food and drinks.
Geneva, Switzerland, Vitafoods Europe (Hall 4, Booth C 39) – Taiyo will present new additions to its Sunfiber portfolio, an all-natural, soluble dietary fiber that can now also be used as a sweetener. The Sweet-Sunfiber compound contains an Isomalto-oligosaccharide whereas the Sunfiber-Matcha Honey variant promotes natural sweetness with a green tea tang. Both combine the […]
Geneva, Switzerland, Vitafoods Europe (Hall 4, Booth C 39) – Taiyo will present new additions to its Sunfiber portfolio, an all-natural, soluble dietary fiber that can now also be used as a sweetener.
This week’s blog is coming to you from Cologne, Germany, where I am currently walking the halls of this year’s ProSweets and ISM trade fairs.
PureCircle has introduced Sigma-Beverage, its latest stevia ingredient that is specifically optimised for beverage formulations.
Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news.
Cargill is to invest €35 million ($37.7m) to increase its sweetener options across Europe in anticipation of the end of the European sugar quotas in October 2017.
With the European Commission amending its current steviol glycocide specifications on 3 November 2016, Cargill says European food and beverage companies will be able to rely on the broader portfolio of its ViaTech stevia sweeteners.