Honey offers functional benefits, natural sweetening in new generation of functional drinks
April 7, 2020
Many functional beverages use ingredients that are great for you—but may lack appealing taste. Not only does honey mask the unpleasant flavor of these ingredients, but it also brings familiarity to functional products that people may otherwise be unfamiliar with.
Malt Products introduces next-generation brewing system for alcohol-free brewing
February 18, 2020
Malt Products Corporation (MPC), a manufacturer of malted barley extract and other natural, nutritious sweeteners, has incorporated a state-of-the-art brewing module at its primary manufacturing facility in Dayton, Ohio.
A leader on trends in the food industry, Liz Moskow has teamed up with Spoonshot, an emerging food intelligence platform to identify the leading-edge culinary trends that will impact menus, product development, and consumer behavior into 2022.
Sigma Syrup provides superior taste and overcomes solubility challenges encountered when using other stevia sweeteners in products, which are high in sweetness intensity, such as syrups and liquid tabletop sweeteners.
Updated agreement will enable both companies freedom to offer next-generation stevia sweeteners global customers
December 10, 2019
Ingredion and SweeGen were the first suppliers to commercialize Reb M by bioconversion in early 2017. Reb M is a non-caloric stevia sweetener that provides sweetness with a clean, sugar-like taste and enables food and beverage manufacturers to reduce sugar, without sacrificing taste.
Avansya starts production at a commercial-scale fermentation facility for stevia sweeteners
November 15, 2019
The $50 million fermentation facility is located in Blair, Neb., and is operated by Cargill. It produces highly sought-after, sweet-tasting molecules, such as Reb M and Reb D used to make EverSweet, and gives food and beverage manufacturers an even more scalable, sustainable and low cost-in-use solution than if these molecules were extracted from the stevia leaf.
With over 60% of US and Canadian consumers monitoring their sugar intake, it’s clear that sugar reduction initiatives are here to stay. As manufacturers are now required to use the ‘added sugar’ labeling designation, consumers are becoming even more savvy about their sugar intake. Read More