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-based sweeteners

Stevia leaf extract

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ViaTech Precision Sweetness 

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

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Treha trehalose sweetener

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

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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Xtend sucromalt sweetener

Xtend® Sucromalt offers a solution for a new generation of food products.  The sweetener is a full calorie, low glycemic sweetener that is ideal for use in foods where a balanced energy or blunt glucose response is desired.

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