Natural sweeteners

Tate & Lyle hits the sweet spot

Tate & Lyle hits the sweet spot

By Danielle Masterson

Ingredient solutions firm Tate & Lyle continues to build its sweetener portfolio as consumers shift from full-sugar to reduced-sugar offerings.

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Wholesome Yum focuses on zero-sugar honey, expands flavor portfolio

By Deniz Ataman

Wholesome Yum’s Zero Sugar Honey Substitute, made of monk fruit, allulose and tapioca fiber blend, reigns as the brand’s most popular product since its launch two years ago to fill in gap of zero-sugar honey products in the market, Maya Krampf, founder,...

A range of fruits can be used as the basis for sweeteners. Image Source: John Wang/Getty Images

Health and taste from fruit-based sweeteners

By Augustus Bambridge-Sutton

Fruit has been used for sweetness in Europe since before we even knew about refined sugar. It’s still in widespread use as the basis for sweeteners.

Image source: Getty/Tara Moore

Spilling the tea (and coffee) on natural beverage trends

By Deniz Ataman

The functional and perceived health benefits of tea and coffee paired with their familiarity and diverse usage occasions across dayparts make them ideal platforms for beverage manufacturers to meet consumers’ evolving preferences for indulgence, health...

Sweet trends in honey at the Summer Fancy Food Show

Sweet trends in honey at the Summer Fancy Food Show

By Deniz Ataman

Honey continued its reign as a sweet superfood during the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City June 25-27. Known for its flavor, function and versatility in food, honey brands served up diverse flavors and applications from infused tea bags to condiments,...

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