SweeGen, a nature-based sweetener company, and Ingredion, a global provider of ingredient solutions to diversified industries, has announced an updated agreement that extends its relationship on a non-exclusive basis for three more years.

Ingredion and SweeGen were the first suppliers to commercialize the non-caloric stevia sweetener Reb M by bioconversion in early 2017. SweeGen’s production process starts with the stevia leaf and uses a patented bioconversion process to achieve high purity, clean-tasting Reb M and Reb D. Together, SweeGen and Ingredion have helped customers formulate and launch no and low-sugar products in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Australia.

“The sugar reduction trend is shaping the way manufacturers formulate and extending our partnership with SweeGen allows Ingredion to continue to provide solutions which unlock the reduction in sugar to meet customer and consumer demands,” said Nate Yates, global sugar reduction platform lead, Ingredion. “Ingredion and SweeGen can now operate in a different structure enabling an enhanced customer experience.”

Ingredion

More News right arrow

Common food additive may cause adverse health effects in mice

A common food additive, recently banned in France but allowed in the United States and many other countries, was found to significantly alter gut microbiota in mice, causing inflammation in the colon and changes in protein expression in the liver, according to research published in Small.

Silver Spring Foods expands capacity to meet horseradish demand

Silver Spring Foods, a subsidiary of Huntsinger Farms, a grower and processor of horseradish, has made several business moves in the last three months to position the company for the future.

Nestlé Health Science to acquire a majority stake in Vital Proteins

Nestlé Health Science has agreed to acquire a majority stake in Vital Proteins, a U.S. collagen brand and a lifestyle and wellness platform offering supplements, beverages, and food products.

Fat replacer from Epogee achieves additional GRAS approvals

EPG, an alternative fat from Epogee, has received GRAS approval for several additional product categories, the company announced.

Singapore approves SweeGen’s Bestevia stevia sweeteners Rebs D and E

SweeGen has announced that Singapore Food Agency has approved the use of its Bestevia Rebs D and E stevia sweetener solutions in foods and beverages.

Upcoming Events Listing right arrow

NYIFT Suppliers Day and Career Fair

Secaucus, New Jersey, United States