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Called sucrose polyesters, they can't be digested, hence provide neither fat nor calories.
One candidate is sucrose polyester, called Olestra by its manufacturer, Procter & Gamble.
Sucrose polyester alkyds are a novel class of high-solids resins that offer high organic renewable content with good application and drying characteristics while achieving much lower VOC levels than conventional alkyds.
Olestra is a sucrose polyester made from a sucrose backbone and six to eight fatty acids.
In addition, P&G Chemicals has established strategic partnerships throughout the world, including a fatty acid alcohol production plant in Malaysia via a joint venture with Felda, an ester-to-alcohol sourcing manufacturing agreement in Germany with Sasol, an amines production partnership in China with Feixiang Chemicals, and in the U.S., an agreement with Twin Rivers Technologies (TRT) to produce whole cut and fractionated fatty acids and oleic and stearic fatty acids fatty acids and sucrose polyesters.