A liking or preference for sweetened beverages may be affected by hunger state, suggests a study from the UK that may have important implications in the fight against obesity.
Cargill's focus at this year's Health Ingredients Europe exhibition will be on functional ingredient solutions and the identification of emerging market trends.
Researchers from NutraSweet and Duke University are working in tandem to produce blends with more desirable sweetness profiles.
The US and Mexico have concluded an agreement under which access will be granted for US high fructose corn syrup exports to Mexico, a move that begins to address the decade long dispute between the two countries.
Sugar-free alternatives are beginning to take off in a number of food sectors, driven by health concerns and product innovation according to new research.
Tate & Lyle has launched a new sweetener solution for dairy desserts, which claims to allow manufacturers to cut around a third of calories and half of total sugars from their product formulations.
Artificial sweeteners have received a strong endorsement this month from the US government, which has published a fact sheet on sugar substitutes that reconfirms its position on their safety.
Splenda manufacturer Tate & Lyle on Wednesday said it has made a strong start to the financial year, with first quarter results well ahead of last years figures.
Global ingredients manufacturer, Tate and Lyle, has announced that expansion at its new artificial sweetener facilities is on target - heralding an imminent boost in supplies to manufacturers.
People with a 'sweet tooth', a strong preference for sweet tastes, associate the taste with mood improvements and have impaired control of eating more sweets, says research from the US.
Member states now have 18 months to approve erythritol as a food additive, after the approval process was finalised by the EC Council of Health Ministers last month.
Almost two thirds of Americans are concerned about the safety of artificial sweeteners, a factor that could potentially impact the expected continued growth of the sugar-free market, according to a new Mintel report.
The preference of fat or sweet foods amongst obese adults is equal, and more related to personality type and eating behaviour than gender, suggests new research from Sweden.
A sweetener system for bakery products is designed to reduce the fat and calorie content of baked goods without altering the taste and texture, according to manufacturer Cargill, which introduced its product at the IFT show in Orlando this week.
Tate and Lyle has announced the launch of Meritab - a new direct compressible dextrose that can be used in confectionary, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical applications.
UK ingredients firm Tate & Lyle is using the IFT convention in Orlando as a platform to introduce two new sweetener solutions on the US market, designed to be convenient delivery systems for the firm's proprietary sucralose product.
The chairman of Kraft Foods, the world's second biggest food company, Roger Deromedi, has launched an attack on EU and US trade barriers that are driving up the price of commodity ingredients such as sugar and coffee.
Leatherhead Food International (LFI) is launching a new industry collaboration project to explore the uses of polyols and generate physical data for polyol/sugar blends.
Tate & Lyle has launched a new sweetening solution for isotonic sports drinks targeted at the European market.
The recent regulatory approval for a fruit-derived natural sweetener could open new doors to food and beverage manufacturers looking to clean up their product labels.
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