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sweetener

a sweetening agent, esp one that does not contain sugar
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Since then, as you noted, a host of new artificial sweeteners have hit the market.
Sweetener company SweeGen Inc Thursday announced the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) No Objection Letter for BESTEVIA Rebaudioside D stevia leaf sweetener for use as a general-purpose, non-nutritive sweetener for foods and beverages.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Artificial sweeteners may be associated with long-term weight gain and increased risk of obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease, according to a new study.
Table top sweeteners in the jar and pouch format are the most common type of sweetener formats that individual customers purchase.
Market research firm Mintel, in its October 2015 "Sweeteners and Sugar" Category Insight, reports that 45 percent of total new sugar and sweetener launches during the 12 months up to October 2015 carried some sort of natural claim, an increase of 12 percentage points over the same period the year prior.
Sucrose remains nearly impossible to fully mimic, and no one alternative sweetener provides a magic bullet.
Market segmentation of the artificial sweetener market in the UK by product
Psychological effects can also influence the taste sensation: green jelly is perceived as less sweet than red jelly, although they contain exactly the same amount of sweetener.
Table-2: Seven commandments for safe sweetener use.
based Pyure Brands, a manufacturer of both retail and commercial stevia sweetener products.
No-cal sweeteners don't pass as quietly through the gut as scientists once thought.
The report investigates sweetener consumption drivers, ingredient industry players, soft drink sweetener consumptions and trends.