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Sweetener Substitutes

Sweetener Substitutes

Sweeteners have received a lot of attention in recent months relating to obesity, diabetes and other health concerns and issues. However, consumers still have a big sweet tooth. This Research Assistant finds news and reports on how the category has reacted and new innovations.

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Benefits of no sugar added sweeteners

- Inulin and isomaltulose don't contribute added sugars to formulations, but are naturally sweet.

Mother nature's sweeteners

- Bakery formulators search for options to cope with the need to declare ‘added sugars’ on package labels.

Inulin, a highly studied prebiotic

- Recent scientific research proves the worth of inulin in the diets of children and prediabetics.

Fruits and nuts build product appeal

- Here’s why you should experiment with combinations of fruits and nuts in your formulations.

How to move away from added sugars

- High-intensity sweeteners can help bakers make foods that meet the sugar reduction goals of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015-20.
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