Sweeteners

Feel your food business with our natural sweeteners.

Our Sweetener Categories

Sweeteners are great substitutes of sugar that stimulates a sense of sweetness during consumption. We know what it means to have a balanced taste, calorie and labelling need which is why we offer practical and technical help, providing deep customer understanding and a diverse portfolio of sweeteners, sweetening systems and sweetening blends. United Foods Corporation offers a wide selection of sweetener ingredients to meet varying needs for flavour intensity, viscosity, glycemic response and more. We have a range of options to help you achieve your growing customer demand for reduced sugar and clean label. The whole process is carried by our highly qualified business culinary to fullfil your customer demand.

Erythritol

A sugar alcohol occurring naturally in some fruits and fermented foods is produced from glucose by fermentation with yeast, moniliella polliniss.

Ethyl Vanillin

A colorless crystal with flavouring power 2 to 4 times greater than vanillin belongs to the member of benzaldehyde, phenol and aromatic.

Xylitol

A naturally occurring compound with combine traits of sugar and alcohol molecules stimulating the taste receptors for sweetness on the tongue.

Sodium Saccharin

An artificial sweetener with no food energy is around 300 to 400 times as sweet as sucrose but has a bitter aftertaste at high concentration.

Scientific description

Sweetener is a substance, compound or food additive with low energy value that provides sweet taste but don’t have harmful effects of sugar like calories of carbohydrates or their cariogenic or glycemic. The interest and demand of sweeteners have increased after knowing the adverse effects of consuming sugar on the body although their application is not as easy as it seems. Microencapsulation is the primary technology used to facilitate their protection and extending sensation promoted by sweeteners. Various sweeteners are encapsulated with the aim of stabilizing and extending the release of sweetness taste. Sugar-free chewing gums and chewable packed products are the most common example where these encapsulated sweeteners are used to prolong the sweet taste during chewing. However, it is a future-oriented technology that can help to bring out many new uses for sweeteners.

Sweeteners product list

  • Ammonium Glizarizin
  • Aspartame
  • Calcium Saccharin
  • Erythritol
  • Ethyl Vanillin
  • Fructose
  • Glycine
  • L-Rhamnose
  • L-Ribose
  • L-Xylose
  • Lactose
  • Mannitol
  • Saccharin
  • Sodium Saccharin
  • Sorbitol
  • Sucrose
  • Vanillin
  • Xylitol
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