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Asia Pacific: PureCircle to mass produce StarLeaf stevia extract

PureCircle has produced the first stevia leaf extract from proprietary stevia leaf - StarLeaf stevia. StarLeaf stevia has more than 20 times more sugar-like steviol...

Asia Pacific: Evonik, Rajburi Sugar to make isomalt in Thailand

Evonik Industries and Thai company Rajburi Sugar have inked an agreement to manufacture isomalt in Asia. They have also opened a demonstration plant in...

Asia Pacific: India poised to be huge consumer of chocolate, report

While the global chocolate confectionery market posts slow growth, research from Mintel finds that India is defying the odds as one of the world’s...

Europe: Reducing sugar content in products

A center stage for food manufacturers to showcase their innovations in sugar reduction has been set by Public Health England with its new guidelines...

Americas: Evolva, Cargill partner on stevia sweetener

Evolva and Cargill will produce and commercialize EverSweet, the next-generation stevia sweetener, which is on track for a 2018 launch. The stevia sweetener solves both...

Europe: Celanese sues 3 companies over patent infringement

Celanese Corporation has filed a patent infringement lawsuit in Europe against three Chinese manufacturers of high-potency sweeteners, specifically Acesulfame Potassium (Ace-K). The complaints allege that...

Europe: Tate & Lyle extends allulose range

Tate & Lyle adds the new Dolcia Prima Crystalline Allulose to the low-calorie sweetening range. It offers all of the same benefits as the existing...

Europe: Tate & Lyle enters stevia distribution partnership

Tate & Lyle and Sweet Green Fields are partnering to deliver innovative stevia ingredients and solutions to customers around the world. The partnership combines Tate...

Europe: Tate & Lyle upgrades center in Germany

Tate & Lyle has upgraded its Food Systems Global Innovation Centre in Lübeck, Germany. In May 2016, Tate & Lyle’s Food Systems facility...

Asia Pacific: Rare sugars can help to regulate glucose levels, finds...

Preliminary animal studies have suggested that allulose and other low-calorie, natural rare sugars could help regulate glucose levels. Now, researchers are investigating how they...