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H igh I ntensity S weeteners. 6 FDA Approved H.I.S. Acesulfame Potassium Aspartame Neotame Rebaudioside-A Saccharin Sucralose. Acesulfame Potassium. Commonly referred to as “ace-K” 1967 – Accidentally discovered at Hoechst AG 180 to 200 Times sweeter than sugar (S.E.) Heat stable

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6 fda approved h i s
6 FDA Approved H.I.S.
  • Acesulfame Potassium
  • Aspartame
  • Neotame
  • Rebaudioside-A
  • Saccharin
  • Sucralose
acesulfame potassium
Acesulfame Potassium
  • Commonly referred to as “ace-K”
  • 1967 – Accidentally discovered at Hoechst AG
  • 180 to 200 Times sweeter than sugar (S.E.)
  • Heat stable
  • Moderately acidic aftertaste
  • Used as a stand alone, but best in blends with other H.I.S.
aspartame
Aspartame
  • 1965 - Accidentally discovered at G.D. Searle
  • 180 to 200 X S.E.
  • FDA Approved 1981 – Tabletop, gum, breakfast cereal
  • FDA Approved 1983 – Sodas
  • FDA Approved 1993 – Other beverages, baked goods, confections
  • Slower onset of sweetness, longer sweetness duration than sugar
  • Moderate metallic aftertaste
neotame
Neotame
  • FDA Approved in 2002
  • 8,000 to 13,000 X S.E.
  • Clean, sweet flavor
  • Slow onset, longer linger of sweetness with no aftertaste
  • Used to reduce percentages of nutritive sweeteners
  • Used to reduce percentages of other H.I.S.
  • Best value of all H.I.S.
rebaudioside a
Rebaudioside-A
  • Using a common trade name, Rebiana (Reb-A)
  • Stevia / Stevioside purified derivative
  • Reb-A first isolated by French chemists in 1931
  • FDA issued first G.R.A.S. approval December 17, 2008
  • Can use Natural claim
  • 400 X S.E
  • Residual anise aftertaste, cleaner than previous stevia powders
saccharin
Saccharin
  • 1879 – First production at Johns Hopkins University
  • Became popular during World War I sugar shortages
  • 200 X S.E.
  • Bitter, acidic aftertaste
  • Relatively quick onset, little sweetness linger
  • Used as stand alone; best in blends with other H.I.S.
sucralose
Sucralose
  • Discovered 1976 – Tate & Lyle at Queen Elizabeth College
  • FDA Approved 1998 – 15 food categories including TT
  • FDA Approved 1999 – general purpose sweetener
  • 600 X S.E.
  • Heat stable
  • Mild to no aftertaste
  • Used as stand alone; best in blends with other H.I.S.
sweetener cost comparison
Sweetener Cost Comparison

Cost per pound

sugar equivalent

$0.42

$0.34

$0.30 (dry basis)

$0.16

$0.10

$0.10

$0.10

$0.075

$0.045

$0.0375

Sweetener

Reb-A

Sugar

HFCS

Sucralose

Saccharin

BakeSweet™

Maltotame™

Aspartame

Ace-K

Neotame

Potency

400 x

1 x

1 x

600 x

200 x

30 x

160 x

200 x

200 x

8000 x

h i s blend benefits
H.I.S. Blend Benefits
  • Calorie and carbohydrate reduction – Trend is to Blend
  • “Health & Wellness” R&D continues through 2010
  • Development of products with higher levels of H.I.S. Blends will increase
  • Sugar / HFCS substitutions from 20% to 50% provide:
    • High intensity sweetener blends of neotame with ace-K, aspartame and sucralose with good tasting results.
    • Lessens challenges for developers to create parity or enhanced products for new launches compared to the flavor and mouth feel of full sugar products.
h i s blend benefits1
H.I.S. Blend Benefits

Better taste

More sweetness

taste

cost

Longer shelf life

Lower cost

customers concern taste

100

Blend

80

AceK

60

Aspartame

40

Sucrose

20

0

0

10

20

30

40

50

Customers’ Concern? TASTE!!!

SWEETNESS INTENSITY (arbitrary units)

TIME (arbitrary units)

u s launches sku s
U.S. Launches / SKU’s

Applications Utilizing H.I.S. Blends Include:

  • Beverages - Reduced Carb / Full Diet products / Malt Beverages
  • Baked Goods - Bread, Cakes, Pies, Pretzels, Cookies, Ice Cream Cones
  • Dairy Products - Yogurts, Fruit Drinks, Teas, Ice Creams
  • Confections - Mints, Candy, Caramels, Gums, Coatings
  • Sauces, Condiments - Ketchup, Barbeque Sauce, Sweet & Sour, Syrup
  • Nutritional Products - Protein Shakes, Bars, Meal Replacements, Supplements, Chewable Tablets, Sports Enhancers
size of incoming outgoing ingredients
Size of Incoming / Outgoing Ingredients

5,000 Kg. Sugar = 31 Kg. of HIS Blend Maltotame™ = 0.6 Kg. of Neotame

Note: 1 Kilogram = 2.20462 Pounds

h i s blends storage handling savers
H.I.S. Blends Storage / Handling Savers

Do you want to buy…..4 of these?

Or…16 of these?

Or…THIS!! Equals 4 airslides or 16 bulk trucks of sugar !!!

ancillary benefits of using h i s blends
Ancillary Benefits of Using H.I.S. Blends
  • Readily Available
  • Less Labor Risk
  • Less Internal Risk
  • Less Commodity Ingredient Exposure
  • Less Carbon Emissions
  • LESS OVERALL SWEETENER COSTS with COST STABILITY !!!
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Refined beet, fob Midwest

HFCS 42

Dlvd, Midwest

Neotame blend

Source: Milling & Baking News

U.S. Beet Sugar / HFCS vs. Neotame HIS Blends

sweetener solutions product offerings
Sweetener Solutions Product Offerings
  • Multiple H.I.S. Blends with all H.I.S.
  • Custom designed, recipe-specific blends
  • Custom packaging for batch control

Thank you!!