Ingredients

Salt Replacers & Sweeteners

Cargill Introduces New EverSweet Next-Generation, Stevia Sweetener

Salt Replacers & Sweeteners

Food and beverage companies are looking for sweetener options to satisfy consumer health without sacrificing great taste. Cargill’s answer to this: EverSweet next-generation zero calorie sweetener. EverSweet sweetener will debut at SupplySide West taking place in October 7 to 8, where attendees can be the first to sample it in a variety of beverages. “At a time when many consumers want to reduce sugar consumption and adopt healthier …

Salt of the Earth Launches Sodium Reduction Ingredient at Fi Europe

Salt Replacers & Sweeteners

Salt of the Earth, Ltd., launches Umamix, its new sodium reduction ingredient for hamburgers and processed meat at Fi Europe. Umamix is a proprietary savoury mix of quality sea salt and vegetable extracts rich in umami, the distinctive flavour-boosting “5th taste”. The new formula is designed to reduce sodium and MSG in processed meat applications. The savoury profile of Umamix is derived from three extracts: tomato, shiitake …

Why Stevia?

Salt Replacers & Sweeteners

Humans are born with a preference for food that tastes sweet. Scientists believe that our ‘sweet tooth’ is an evolutionary advantage since non-toxic foods tended to be sweet. For centuries, worldwide, this 'sweet' desire drove people to seek out sweet foods and ingredients in nature, including honey, maple syrup, sugar cane, sugar beets, sweet corn, agave, fruit, and fruit juices. Stevia: A more healthful dietary approachWhile the …

Tate & Lyle launches DOLCIA PRIMA Low-Calorie Sugar

Salt Replacers & Sweeteners

Tate & Lyle, a leading global provider of food ingredients and solutions today announced the launch of DOLCIA PRIMA Low-Calorie Sugar, its newest ingredient set to transform the way the food and beverage industry develops low- or reduced-calorie products. DOLCIA PRIMA is Tate & Lyle's brand name for allulose, a low-calorie sugar that exists in nature and can be found in small quantities in some fruits and foods people eat every day. It …