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Allulose Emerges as an Alternative Sweetener

September 2016
--- With the market now opening up for allulose in the US, Yuma Tani, Deputy Research & Development Manager at Matsutani Chemical Industry Co. Ltd., also expects that the company will be manufacturing in the US soon.
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