With the ever-increasing rates of diabetes and obesity, many consumers are looking to reduce sugar consumption, without giving up the foods they enjoy.
There are artificial sweeteners on the market; however, many have fallen short in their ability to generate a clean, sweet taste, and consumers often view these ingredients as a less desirable choice. The industry continues to develop options that taste better and are better for you.
A multifunctional prebiotic fiber that plays an important role in sugar reduced applications, by improving and enhancing flavors, masking artificial sweetener after taste, enriching with fiber, and supporting gut health and immune system, thanks to its effective prebiotic effect, without compromising the original texture of the application.
A soluble prebiotic fiber that provides a low glycemic response, superior digestive tolerance, and is digestion resistant. Heat and acid stable, low water activity, excellent texture, taste, and mouthfeel.
A popular sugar substitute that has a similar sweetness profile to sugar, but with fewer calories. Xylitol also imparts a cooling effect in the mouth and is known to have dental benefits. Xylitol is commonly used in chewing gum and candy but can also be used as a bulking agent in baked goods to add volume to your product.