CEH: Sweeteners, High-Intensity
Mar 2020. High-intensity sweeteners (HIS) are a structurally diverse set of compounds that share an important attribute: they are much sweeter than sucrose (table sugar). Unlike sugar, HIS are noncaloric and noncariogenic (they do not contribute to dental caries). Most HIS—including acesulfame K, aspartame, cyclamate, saccharin, and sucralose—are artificial sweeteners, produced by chemical synthesis; a few, including stevia and monk fruit extract, are natural products.
Worldwide consumption of HIS is largely dependent on the production of diet carbonated soft drinks and food. Beverages make up the majority of world HIS consumption, followed by food, tabletop sweeteners, personal care products (such as toothpaste and mouthwash), and pharmaceuticals.
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- Publish Date: 2020-03-31
- Number of Pages: 192
- Content Type: Report
- Delivery: Email with link to PDF file
- Global summary; regional coverage
- Producers with annual capacities and plant sites
- Consumption and five-year forecast by end-use application
- Price and production figures and trends
- Trade imports and exports
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