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Treatt launches TreattSweet for low calorie sweetened products

16 June 2011

Treatt, a flavour and fragrance ingredients supplier, has launched TreattSweet, said to improve the sweetness and transforms the flavour of products sweetened with Stevia and other sweeteners

This unique product is a non-caloric blend of all-natural essences that imparts desirable flavour and mouthfeel, while smoothing out the sweetness profile and undesirable lingering characteristics associated with Stevia and other sweeteners.

TreattSweet provides a solution for lower calorie products, as formulators seek to reduce the sugar content in their products, while maintaining the mouthfeel and sweetness that consumers crave.

Produced entirely from natural ingredients, this water soluble ingredient imparts a mild, sweet, fruity flavour to juices, waters, alcoholic beverages, dairy products and dressings. The “water white’ nature of this aqueous distillate makes it particularly suitable for formulating refreshing, clear beverages.

TreattSweet can be incorporated at levels of 1000 ppm upwards to create an overall fruity, sweet effect without introducing any dominant flavour notes. At lower levels between 100 and 250 ppm, TreattSweet adds valuable and appealing mouthfeel, while intensifying sweetness levels by approximately 1.5 Brix.

Treatt’s specialised technology ensures maximum flavour entrapment and results in a stable blend of 100% natural sweet essences, enabling formulators to develop much sought after sweet, low calorie, clean label products.

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