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sweetener

n. extra encouragement, usually in the form of money. Money makes the best sweetener around.
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Because the stevia plant produces only trace amounts of these molecules, using Reb M and Reb D to produce a sweetener hasn't been commercially or environmentally viable until now with fermentation.
Types of sweeteners used have become more diverse and have forced brands owners to gain formulation and price point expertise in many different non-caloric sweetener systems.
Ehrenberg says that early in the study, the scientists did pit three artificial sweeteners against sucrose, a half-and-half mixture of glucose and fructose molecules also known as table sugar.
Our results indicate that this artificial sweetener is not inert - it does have an effect," said first author M.
Both taxes are regressive, but welfare losses are small in absolute value and the tax on sweetener inputs causes a much smaller loss in welfare (about five times less) than does a tax on final products, such as a soda tax.
Coke teamed with Cargill to market its own stevia-based sweetener in its beverages.
Corn syrup, which is primarily glucose, is used as a non-sweet thickener, while HFCS, comprised of almost equal portions fructose and glucose, is used as a sweetener.
Among other maladies, the widely posted missive blames the sweetener for killing diabetics in droves and causing epidemics of multiple sclerosis and lupus.
Demand for artificial sweeteners and fat replacers in the US is projected to increase 16 percent per annum to $1.
The feds' action spurred an uproar among dieters and diabetics, who said that they needed a cheap, powerful artificial sweetener.
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.
One of the major industries growing at a rapid pace includes the sugar and sweetener industry, the sub-industry of food additives industry.
Receive comprehensive analysis of the non-sugar sweetener industry structure.
The largest natural sweetener on the market is stevia, but Canadean also recognized potential in other herbal-sweeteners such as monk fruit.