A study into the health benefits of sweeteners compared with sugar has found that there is "no compelling evidence" to suggest they can help consumers lose weight. Read more
Ingredion and Matsutani have partnered to produce and market the new Astraea Allulose sweetener in the Americas from 2019. Read more
Bioscience company Amyris will partner with Latin American food firm Camil Alimentos to meet a growing demand for zero-calorie natural sweeteners. Read more
At Food Matters Live 2018, Harriet Jachec spoke with Charlotte Catignani, research and development manager for Treatt, about its flavour options on display. Read more
Tate & Lyle will introduce two new stevia-based, zero-calorie sweeteners, the latest products produced through its partnership with stevia producer Sweet Green Fields. Read more
Cargill and DSM will form a new joint venture company called Avansya, which will produce zero-calorie, cost-effective sweeteners. Read more
Firmenich has entered a strategic agreement with Layn Natural Ingredients, a China-based producer of plant-based sweeteners, flavours and botanicals. Read more
Israeli sweetener company Lampados International has completed an expansion of its Caesarea site to increase production of its Liteez vegan sweetener. Read more
PureCircle has expanded the production of its zero-calorie Reb D and Reb M stevia sweeteners after developing two new production methods. Read more
Cargill has started the production of a new sweetener called EverSweet, a zero-calorie sweetener made from two compounds found within the stevia leaf. Read more
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