Ice cream producer Engelholms Glass replaces the added sugar
Engelholms Glass was founded in 1937 and produces about 1.2 million liters of Ice cream per year. This year, they have gradually rolled out ice cream without added sugar. The ice cream, flavored with vanilla, strawberry and pear in different …
Artificially sweetened beverage
According to Boston University School of Medicine recent studies, drinking at least one artificially sweetened beverage daily may increase the risk of developing stroke or dementia compared to those who consumed this drink less than once a week. Read the …
Energy reduced candy
The approval for stevia in energy reduced candy provides a better and natural formulation or reformulation opportunity for sugar replaced but still sweet, and tasty candies. Read the full article here.
UK sugar tax in Budget 2017
A UK sugar tax has been condfirmed as part of the government´s Budget 2017, says Beverage Daily. Read the full article here.
Sugar and Alzheimer’s disease
An excess of sugar appears to promote the onset of Alzheimer’s disease as British researchers identify a link between diet and the neurological disorder, says Food Navigator. Read the full article here.
Growing interest for sugar reduction
Consumer survery shown that sugar reduction is top health priority in growth markets. Read the full article here.
Six myths of the sugar tax
Obesity is one of the biggest public health threats facing the UK today and with sugary drinks contributing heavily to the rising levels of obesity, the soft drinks industry levy will be a vital measure to protect our children’s health. …
Food industry should be praised not pilloried for sugar-reducing efforts
Original article published in Foodnavigator-usa.com by Will Chu, 06-Dec-2016 The food industry should not be pilloried for making food safe, affordable and enjoyable, according to the chairman of food consultancy Zenith International. Read the full article here.
“Sugar reduction should be innovation rather than policy driven”
Full article in Foodingredientsfirst. Christoph Boettger, recently appointed as a board member of Beneo means that sugar reduction should be innovation rather than policy driven. In an interview with Foodingredientsfirst he says that there are strong requirements from consumers to …
Nestlé: cutting sugar without affecting taste
Nestlé says they’ve has found a way of cutting the amount of sugar in some of its chocolate bars by 40%, without affecting the taste, The Guardian recently wrote. The Swiss food company, owning brands such as KitKat, means they’ve found a new …