SweeGen’s Bestevia® Rebaudioside B receives U.S. FDA GRAS “No Objection” letter
March 15, 2021
Ready for use in creative food and beverage innovations, SweeGen’s Bestevia Rebaudioside B has received the GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) Letter of No Objection from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Batory Foods introduces Sweet Essentials line of interchangeable, high-intensity sweetener blends
February 24, 2021
Batory Foods, a national sales and supply chain management solutions provider of commodity and specialty food ingredients, introduces Batory Sweet Essentials™, a new line of five scientifically-developed high intensity sweetener blends that are sucrose replacers. They are created for optimum performance in sugar reduction and replacement.
SweeGen announces successful scale-up of Bestevia Reb N
January 12, 2021
SweeGen is making possible a healthier, more guilt-free, and sweeter world with the commercialization of Bestevia® Rebaudioside N (Reb N), a special zero-calorie, highly sought-after natural stevia sweetener.
As clean-label zero-calorie natural sweeteners continue to be attractive to consumers, SweeGen announced the expansion of its natural sweetener portfolio with the commercial production of Bestevia® Reb I, a next generation high-purity stevia sweetener and flavor unique to SweeGen.
SweeGen offers sugar reduction solutions in Australia and New Zealand with FSANZ Approval of next-generation Stevia Sweetener Reb E.
July 30, 2020
Sugar reduction solutions company SweeGen announced Food Standards Australia, New Zealand (FSANZ) has assessed and approved Bestevia® Reb E stevia sweetener as a food additive, stated in Application A1183, published on July 28, 2020.
The US food and beverage industry have managed to balance losses in the foodservice sector with gains on the retail side
July 28, 2020
In the brand new report US Beverage Market Outlook 2020: Grocery Shopping & Personal Consumption in the Coronavirus Era, market research firm Packaged Facts forecasts that sales of major beverage categories will increase from $150 billion in 2019 to more than $160 billion by the end of 2020 and will eventually exceed $170 billion in sales in 2024.
Prepared Foods talks sugar reduction and sweeteners with Elizabeth Sisel, manager of taste modulation at Imbibe Inc. Imbibe is a Niles, Ill., beverage development company focused on the formulation, customization and commercialization of cutting-edge beverage products.