BENEO’S galenIQ makes sugar-free medicated high-boiled lozenges with long shelf-life
May 14, 2020
BENEO’S new galenIQ™ 900 provides a broad range of benefits, such as low hygroscopicity, which promotes long shelf-life stability; as well as prolonged oral dissolution due to its sustained solubility. Furthermore, the sweet-tasting excipient remains inert in the presence of other components such as active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and flavorings.
The 2019 International Food Information Council (IFIC) Food and Health Survey reported that limiting or reducing sugar in the diet, along with eating more fruits and vegetables, topped the dietary changes consumers were making.
Slow release carbohydrate Palatinose™ delivers greater loss in body weight and fat mass
January 23, 2020
A recently published scientific study has shown that BENEO’s slow release and low glycemic carbohydrate Palatinose™ supports additional loss of body weight and fat mass in overweight and obese adults, when replacing sucrose in a weight loss diet.
Findings from a recently published scientific study are linked to the advantage of Palatinose™ in steering the metabolism towards fat burning and highlight that carbohydrate choice matters in a weight loss diet, beyond calorie counting.
Exclusion from total and added sugar values on nutrition labels to enable reduced- and no-sugar claims with ASTRAEA Allulose
April 19, 2019
ASTRAEA Allulose offers a similar sweet taste profile and functionality of sucrose without all the calories and no grams of sugar, helping manufacturers create foods and beverages with better for you appeal — and now fewer grams of sugar on nutrition labels based on the FDA draft guidance.
Ingredion introduces ASTRAEA® allulose, new rare sugar with great taste and fewer calories
December 7, 2018
Available in 2019, ASTRAEA Allulose will enable food and beverage manufacturers throughout the Americas to reduce calories from sucrose and other caloric sweeteners in a wide range of products, including beverages, dairy, bakery and confectionery items.
The sweetener industry continues to evolve more by consumption than invention. Just as sugar was transformed from a luxury item to a standard on the American table, and then made huge inroads into processed foods, new high-intensity sweeteners are carving out solid ground in the sweetener tool chest.
For decades, an insurmountable gap has existed between the vital processing tool that is a versatile zero-calorie sweetener, and the Holy Grail of a zero-calorie sweetener that tastes and
functions exactly like sucrose.
Check out the June 2020 issue of Prepared Foods, featuring our cover story on creating functional flavors with stocks, bases & sauces, consumers’ appetite for beef and other animal proteins, new dairy and dairy alternative offerings, and much more.