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New York-based Kyowa Hakko USA Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Kyowa Hakko Bio Co. Ltd., completed generally recognized as safe (GRAS) self-affirmation for its L-Citrulline amino acid.
Whether for new product launches or reformulations, natural zero-calorie sweeteners like stevia and erythritol are gaining ground in the beverage market, says Melanie Goulson, sweetness applications leader for Cargill, Minneapolis.
When it comes to food and beverages, nothing tops taste, according to a study released by the Corn Refiners Association (CRA), Washington, D.C. Completed in part by market research firms Nielsen, New York, and Mintel, Chicago, Sweetener360 examines the thoughts and actions of six distinct consumer lifestyle segments, the association says.
LifeWise Ingredients, Lake Zurich, Ill., named Dean Antczak as director of sales and operations.
Zevia, Culver City, Calif., announced that it is reformulating its line of carbonated soft drinks (CSDs) with a new, all-natural sweetening system.
Pyure Brands launched a commercial-grade U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) certified organic and Non-GMO Project verified erythritol as a healthy alternative to sugar, high-fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners.
Pyure Brands launched a commercial-grade organic and non-genetically modified organism (GMO) erythritol sweetener.
In Walt Disney’s 1966 animated classic “Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree,” Pooh finds some creative ways to get his hands on his favorite treat: honey. Lucky for beverage manufacturers, dressing up like a little black rain cloud is not a strategy they need to employ when sourcing a sweetener for their products.
When it comes to tea, the more “colorful” the better.