Specialty Sweeteners

Cargill is a leading developer, processor and marketer of food ingredients and systems providing sweet taste that replaces the function of sucrose in food and beverages.

Stevia sweeteners from leaf

Steviol glycosides from fermentation


ViaTech® stevia sweetener ingredient informationEverSweet™ sweetener ingredient information
Stevia leaf extract ingredient information
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Ingredient information

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Ingredient information

Featured products 

Cargill EverSweet Sweetener

The future is here and it’s sweeter than ever! Cargill’s EverSweet™ next-generation sweetener has great taste with up to 100% sugar replacement. It is made with the same sweetness that is found in the stevia leaf, to delight your taste buds with calorie-free joy.

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ViaTech Precision Sweetness sugar substitute 

ViaTech® stevia sweeteners are high performance ingredients that help food and beverage manufacturers achieve optimal taste and sweetness at higher usage levels. ViaTech® ingredients are stevia high intensity sweeteners.

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Treha trehalose sweetener sugar substitute

Trehalose, like Maltose, is 45% as sweet as sugar.  Trehalose does not brown like sugar, and has very low hygroscopicity (moisture attraction), so it stays free flowing and dry.  It works well as a protein stabilization addition (beverage, surimi).

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Truvia rebiana natural sweetener sugar substitute

Truvia® stevia leaf extract is a versatile, natural*, zero-calorie sweetening ingredient.  If you are looking to reduce sugar and calories in your food or beverage product, consider Truvia® stevia leaf extract. Let us show you why your stevia supplier matters.

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*FDA has not defined natural. Contact Cargill for source and processing information.


Some Cargill products are only approved for use in certain geographies, end uses, and/or at certain usage levels. It is the customer's responsibility to determine, for a particular geography, that (i) the Cargill product, its use and usage levels, (ii) the customer's product and its use, and (iii) any claims made about the customer's product, all comply with applicable laws and regulations.