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sweetener

n. extra encouragement, usually in the form of money. Money makes the best sweetener around.
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The Global Natural Sweeteners Industry 2015 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the natural sweeteners market that provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure.
negative health effects, artificial sweeteners have another problem: they all taste bad and leave a disagreeable aftertaste," wrote online commenter Phansigar.
The food trend toward whole foods and natural products has also meant a growing demand for natural sweeteners made from herbs.
Rather, the sweeteners react with receptors on the tongue to give people the sensation of tasting something sweet without the calories associated with natural sweeteners, such as table sugar.
The launch of NECTRESSE Natural No Calorie Sweetener, a natural no calorie tabletop sweetener made with monk fruit extract, has New Zealand company BioVittoria celebrating.
Because fats and oils, refined grains, and sugar and sweeteners are the major contributors to the higher-calorie consumption, proposals to tax these products are popular as a means to reduce their intake (Boizot-Szantai and Etile 2005; Cash, Sunding, and Zilberman 2005; Chouinard et al.
Coke teamed with Cargill to market its own stevia-based sweetener in its beverages.
It should be noted that when switching to these natural sweeteners, it takes time to adjust to a more subtle level of sweet taste.
High intensity artificial sweeteners will continue to represent the largest food substitute segment through 2002, although growth will be restrained by maturity in the bedrock diet soft drink market and a highly competitive pricing environment.
Since 1980, six studies have found that people with bladder cancer were more likely to have eaten foods with artificial sweeteners than were people who didn't have bladder cancer.
The artificial sweetener saccharin, which for 20 years has been dogged by suspicion that it causes cancer, was denied the scientific equivalent of parole Friday when a board of independent experts recommended that it remain on the government's list of suspected carcinogens.
A recent report from the American Council on Science and Health cites the cyclamate episode as an example of the FDA's foot-dragging approach to artificial sweeteners.
com/research/tsp8mn/global_sugar_and) has announced the addition of the "Global Sugar & Sweeteners Market Report- 2012 Edition" report to their offering.
7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The goal of this report is to provide an up-to-date analysis of recent developments and current trends in the global non-sugar sweeteners market and to identify significant drivers of revenue growth in specific categories.
Prospects for Leading Companies in Low Calorie Artificial Sweeteners and Natural Sweeteners