It provides a sweet and fresh flavour to candies and, particularly, to sugar-free chewing gums.
It is obtained from cellulose and other vegetable products.
It has the same sweetening power that of table sugar (sucrose).
It can be found in nature in vegetables, cereals and, especially, fruits such as strawberries, blueberries and raspberries.
Characteristics and uses:
- Due to its refreshing properties and protective effect on teeth, it is widely used in toothpastes.
- It is also widely applied to chewing gums, tablet coatings and food products for diabetics, in general.
- Occasionally, it has been used in gastronomy to add a refreshing touch to some recipes.
- Suggested ratio: according to recipe.
- Available in packs of 700g and 175g.
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