Ingredion: Dial-In Sweetness
Ingredion Incorporated offers a wide variety of sweeteners for a number of food and beverage products
The line includes: liquid dextrose and anhydrous dextrose; stevia-based, high-potency sweeteners; glucose, glucose blends and glucose solids; polyols; HFCS 42, HFCS 55 and HFCS 90; high maltose syrup; and maltodextrin. Some of Ingredion’s latest offerings include DOLCERRA sweetness and texture solutions and Dulcent™ high potency sweeteners.
These sweeteners can be used in carbonated beverages, frozen desserts, breads, fruit juices, candy, cereals, jams and jellies, beer, sports drinks, drink mixes, syrups, gluten-free bakery items and chewing gum.
Ready to work on the next new product? Ingredion now offers Ingredion Idea Labs™ innovation centers in the United States to give customers new consumer-centric ways to create innovative, profitable products. The network of 24 labs represents an expansion and rebranding of the R&D and technical service foundation of Ingredion and its legacy companies, Corn Products and National Starch.
“Customers in more than 100 countries will be able to get services at greater depth and scale than ever before,” notes Joseph Light, vice president, global development, Ingredion. "The labs combine sweetness, texture and cost optimization capabilities with nutrition, clean labeling, delivery systems and biomaterials expertise and facilities."
The Ingredion Idea Labs global center in Bridgewater, N.J., features new sweetness capabilities and facilities used for balancing sweetness and texture through the company's proprietary DIAL-IN® Technology and acts as the global hub for applied research. Labs in each region will offer expanded sensory and CULINOLOGY® capabilities.
Ingredion is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of dextrose. Specialty dextrose is used in many products including confectioneries and low-calorie sweeteners to spice mixes and beverage powders. Glucose corn syrup is used as a base in industrial and food products.
— Ingredion Incorporated, www.ingredion.com