Erythritol belongs to a class of compounds called sugar alcohols. Erythritol is made of glucose with added hydroxyl (OH) groups. With only 6% of the calories of sugar, it still has 70% of the sweetness. Erythritol is found naturally in small amounts in grapes, melons, mushrooms, and fermented foods such as wine, beer, cheese, and soy sauce.
The food industry and consumers love it because it’s noncaloric and does not raise blood sugar levels.
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|Applications :||Food, Pharmaceutical & Personal Care|
In Personal Care
Fructose is a simple ketonic monosaccharide compound which occurs naturally in fruits and honey which is why it is also known as fruit sugar. It is white, sweet, odorless and crystalline solid which is the most watersoluble in respect to other sugars. Furthermore, it is commonly added to foods and drinks for taste enhancement and palatability.
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|Applications :||Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical|
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