allulose

allulose

[′al·yə‚lōs]
(organic chemistry)
CH2OHCO(CHOH)3CH2OH A constituent of cane sugar molasses; it is nonfermentable.
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Innovative Sweetening Solutions Reduce Calories and Sugars Launched in February 2015, DOLCIA PRIMA Allulose, a low-calorie sugar with all the functionality of table sugar but with 90% fewer calories, is featured in a spicy chocolate milk.
3 kcal/g, AllSweet[R] Allulose Low-Calorie Sugar provides a clean, satisfying sweetness to your beverage, bakery, frozen, confectionary and dairy applications.
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Low Intensity Sweeteners Market by Type (Xylitol, Tagatose, Allulose, Trehalose, & Isomaltuolose), Application, & by Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2020
Among the types of low-intensity sweeteners such as xylitol, tagatose, allulose, trehalose, and isomaltuolose, xylitol accounted for the largest market share in 2014, followed by trehalose and isomaltulose.
e group stated that results appear to be in line with guidance provided earlier this year, adding that the company's low calorie sugar substitute, Dolcia Prima Allulose has been "encouraging".
Allulose is not metabolized so it has a much lower caloric value, but unlike a sugar alcohol it does not cause stomach distress and side effects of those other non-caloric bulk sweeteners used in sugar-free food formulations.

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