Cargill EverSweet solutions—steviol glycoside products made through fermentation—give food and beverage manufacturers an even more scalable, sustainable and low cost-in-use solution
April 2, 2019
Cargill pioneered and debuted its fermentation technology in October 2015 with the commercial launch of EverSweet™ Reb D and Reb M sweetener, which enables food and beverage makers to create great-tasting products with deep calorie reductions.
Second-generation stevia extracts were all about high-purity Reb A. In contrast, today’s third-generation stevia extracts are based on better tasting steviol glycosides with the highest commercial value, Reb A, B, C, D and M.
Made from GLG’s proprietary high Reb M Dream SweetenerTM Stevia Leaf, this next generation stevia product line facilitates sugar replacement with better-tasting, low-calorie natural sweetening systems and solutions that provide a sugar-like sensory experience.
Royal Ingredients’ new HEYLO is a breakthrough, new no-compromise sugar
February 2, 2018
HEYLO is made of only two natural ingredients: water extracted stevia (not chemically extracted) and all-natural dietary fibers from the Acacia tree. HEYLO is a prebiotic that is entirely free from artificial sweeteners. It has no chemicals, no hidden sweeteners, no diuretic effect, zero glycemic index value and zero calories.
Steviva offers the industry’s first “plug-in” ice cream mix that is low in sugar and carbs, high in protein
September 6, 2017
Steviva Ingredients will use Supply Side West, Booth #C130, to showcase its new HiPro® Ice Cream Dry Mix, a very timely new product introduction for the dairy industry. The Supply Side West exhibition will be September 27-28, at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
ADM using IFT to highlight purposeful ingredients, value-added services
June 14, 2017
Customers can learn more about ADM’s purposeful ingredients and value-added services at the 2017 Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Expo June 25-28 in Las Vegas, at the Sands Expo Convention Center.
Ajinomoto’s zero-calorie sweetener, advantame, has been approved in Canada
May 1, 2017
Ajinomoto’s zero-calorie sweetener, advantame, has been approved in Canada. Due to its clean, sugar-like taste, functionality and cost effectiveness, advantame can be used to replace caloric sweeteners and other high-potency sweeteners in foods and beverages while maintaining or enhancing the flavor profile.
Fifty percent of Hershey standard- and king-size confections will be 200 calories or less by 2022
April 24, 2017
The Hershey Company announced new commitments that will increase the visibility of nutrition information and portion options as part of their ongoing efforts to offer a broad range of delicious snacks and clear information.
A new solid fat replacement cuts calories, keeps flavor
March 15, 2017
Health conscious consumers soon will be able to enjoy indulgent foods with drastically fewer calories without sacrificing taste or flavor thanks to Epogee™ (esterified propoxylated glycerol) Fat Replacement. Epogee was developed by Choco Finesse LLC.
Consumers are looking for nutritious and delicious products with enhanced protein that also taste good. They also seek non-GMO, gluten-free, vegetarian and sustainably sourced ingredients in the products they purchase.
Check out the June 2019 issue of Prepared Foods, featuring our cover story on sugar reduction and sweetener strategies, how developers are meeting new demands for active performance products, and much more.