Reinventing sugar through technology

 02 Jan 2018

Tosla is aiming to reinvent sugar and introduced a liquid sugar at FiE 2017 that offers a 30 percent reduction in sugar, 10 percent fewer calories, double the fiber and 20 percent less cooking time. “What Tosla does is instead of going for high sweeteners, stevia and so on; we want to reinvent sugar,” says Olivier Goudineau. Through technology, the company has “made a more efficient sugar with better sweetener properties” that is also 100 percent natural and clean.
 
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20 May 2020 | Bell Flavors & Fragrances

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15 May 2020 | Bunge Loders Croklaan

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06 Mar 2020 | Diana Food

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20 Feb 2020 | Muntons Ingredients

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20 Feb 2020 | Avebe

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