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Ohly unveils “powerful natural solution” to make Stevia less bitter

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Ohly unveils “powerful natural solution” to make Stevia less bitter

Ohly unveils “powerful natural solution” to make Stevia less bitter
October 11
09:13 2016

Ingredients company Ohly has announced the unveiling of a new product they say acts as an effective sugar replacement, but effectively masks the off-taste of Stevia.

Sav-R-Sweet is described as a “clean tasting, natural solution”, that targets the loss of taste in food and drinks where the sugar content is reduced, while effectively nullifying the high intensity bitterness that comes with the natural sweetener Stevia.

The use of Sav-R-Sweet in combination with Stevia allows for a greater reduction in the intake of naturally occurring sugar. In testing on beverages, sauces, fruit preparations and yoghurt drinks, a relative sugar reduction of 50% was achieved and an absolute sucrose reduction of up to 8% (w/w) without any compromise on taste, according to Ohly.

Rainer Huetterman, global sales director, says: “We tackled the flavour challenges of Stevia sweeteners head on with a partner product that will effectively mask bitterness and boost fruitiness. It means introducing Sav-R-Sweet facilitates higher levels of sugar reduction and actually improves flavour.”

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