The future is here and it’s sweeter than ever! Cargill’s EverSweet™ next-generation stevia sweetener has great taste with up to 100% sugar replacement. It has the same sweetness that is found in the stevia leaf, to delight your taste buds with calorie-free joy.
Truvia® stevia leaf extract is a versatile, natural, zero-calorie sweetening ingredient. If you are looking to reduce sugar and calories in your food or beverage product, consider Truvia® stevia leaf extract.
ViaTech® stevia sweeteners are high performance ingredients that help food and beverage manufacturers achieve optimal taste and sweetness at higher usage levels.
Zerose® erythritol is a natural*, zero-calorie bulk sweetener that looks and tastes like sugar, making it ideal for food and beverage applications promoting sugar reduction and weight management.
Oliggo-Fiber® chicory root fiber helps food and beverage manufacturers capitalize on key consumer trends, such as clean label and sugar reduction, without affecting taste and texture.
Pectin is an ingredient and a natural component of plants that is especially abundant in apples and citrus fruits.
Versyra™ reduced sugar corn syrup has a clean flavor profile and optimal viscosity to replace higher DE products.
Our maltodextrin provides good solubility, bland flavor and low sweetness, essentially no hygroscopicity, reduced browning and carbohydrate source as well as cost optimization.
Maltitol is produced by hydrogenation of the disaccharide maltose. Maltitol is available as a crystalline powder and as maltitol syrup.
MaizeWise® whole grain corn products, such as corn flour, can directly replace existing ingredients, or blend with them, while helping deliver 100% whole grain nutrition. Product varieties include corn flour, corn meal and masa flour.
FDA defines reduction as 25% or greater.
1 World Health Organization. Guideline: Sugars Intake for Adults and Children; World Health Organization: Geneva, Switzerland, 2015; pp. 1–49. Hess, J.; Latulippe, M.E.; Ayoob, K.; Slavin, J. The confusing world of dietary sugars: Definitions, intakes, food sources and international dietary recommendations. Food Funct. 2012, 3, 477–486.
2 International Food Information Council (IFIC) 2016 Food & Health Survey.
* International Food Information Council (IFIC) 2018 Food & Health Survey
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