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sweetener

a sweetening agent, esp one that does not contain sugar
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[ClickPress, Mon Sep 02 2019] Fact.MR has published a new research report on global artificial sweetener market Sizes, Upcoming Industry Trends, Growth Opportunity through 2018-2027 to its online database that tries to unveil the various scenarios prevailing in the artificial sweetener market .
The natural sweetener is a product of yacon plant's root and has a healthy amount of prebiotics that help the growth of good bacteria in the gut.A
Sweetener company SweeGen Inc said on Tuesday that it has received the GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) No Objection Letter for BESTEVIA Rebaudioside E (Reb E) stevia leaf sweetener for use in foods from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Monk fruit is another popular non-nutritive natural sweetener. Nielsen data from April 2018 showed that the use of monk fruit was up 20 percent in foods such as cereal and nutrition bars and more than 150 per cent in vitamins and lactose-free milk.
'While some studies report an association between sweetener use and reduced obesity and risk of type 2 diabetes (thus suggesting a benefit for general health and the management of diabetes), other studies suggest that sweetener use could increase the risk of weight gain, diabetes and cancer.'
Carlton Myers was not planning to open another sweetener manufacturer when he sold his first sweetener business, Western New York Sugar and Syrup, to Archer, Daniels Midland Co.
Amyris announced that its zero-calorie sweetener made from sugarcane has received designation as GRAS, or Generally Recognized as Safe, by an independent expert panel.
The sweetener has no preservatives and leaves no bitter aftertaste, making it ideal for hot and cold drinks, as well as all household cooking and baking needs.