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Cargill is a leading player in sweetness solutions, with over 50 years of experience. Offering one of the broadest sweeteners portfolios, our aim is to meet different customer and consumer needs, and to enable positive choices. Because sweeteners vary in taste, cost, and functional attributes, we partner with our customers to identify the best ingredient formulation for each of their products.

Cargill’s wide sweetness portfolio is backed by application centers offering extensive application know-how and pilot production facilities, helping you create new concepts and tailor existing formulations. Cargill brings unmatched technical support and expertise to a partnership focused on your success.

The widest sweetness options, supported by world-class formulation expertise

Whether your objective is to create an entirely new product or reformulate an existing one, Cargill’s broad range of nature-derived sweetener solutions can help you navigate the dos and don’ts of reformulation. 

Our portfolio covers all the bases, with full-calorie syrups made from corn and wheat, low/no-calorie polyols and high intensity sweeteners options such as stevia. 

With the addition of our soluble fibers, we now offer a complete toolbox to help customers meet their most challenging sugar-reduction targets for sweet success.

The Offer

Full Calorie Sweeteners

These sweeteners all contribute metabolizable energy to the diet (4 kcal/g) and are therefore also referred to as caloric or nutritive.


Low/No Calorie Sweeteners

A diversified portfolio of multifunctional sweeteners with sugar like properties but with reduced or zero calorie content.


High Intensity Sweeteners

Stevia-based sweeteners are versatile, nature-derived, zero-calorie sweetening ingredients, and can deliver significant sugar reduction.


Bulking Agents/Soluble Fibers

Derived from corn and wheat, soluble fibers bring back bulk and volume lost when formulating out sugar.

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At Cargill, we offer the broadest range of food energy options on the market.


Some Cargill products are only approved for use in certain geographies, end uses, and/or at certain usage levels. It is the customer's responsibility to determine, for a particular geography, that (i) the Cargill product, its use and usage levels, (ii) the customer's product and its use, and (iii) any claims made about the customer's product, all comply with applicable laws and regulations.