Naturally sweet

November 2014
Food & Drink Technology;Nov2014, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p28
The article focuses on the report "Non Caloric Sweeteners: Market Trends and Insights," released by the research firm Canadean Ltd. in September 2014, which shows increasing demand of natural sweetener stevia in the sugar market. It reports on the large consumption of caloric sugar from canes and beets in 2013, which accounts 80 percent of the overall sugar consumption. It also discusses the factors affecting the demand of natural sweeteners including rising sugar taxes and health problems.


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