Monk Fruit – The “Zero” Sweetener You Need

For centuries, monk fruit, also known as lo han guo, has been used in Eastern medicine as a cold and digestive aid. Thanks to its concentrated sweetness (150 to 200 times sweeter than sugar) monk fruit is gaining popularity in...

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Formulating with Agave Syrup

6 Things to Know about Agave Syrup With the popularity of sugar substitutes – and the rise over the past few years of Paleo and Keto diets — agave syrup has become a popular ingredient in many foods and beverages....

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Brown Rice Syrup

Uncovering the Benefits of Brown Rice Syrup Brown rice syrup – also called rice malt syrup or maltose syrup — is a vegan, fructose- and gluten-free liquid sugar substitute. It can often be found in Asian cuisine and many people find...

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Tapioca Syrup Made from Cassava

What is tapioca syrup? It comes from the cassava or manioc root – commonly grown in Africa, South America and Asia. To make the syrup, workers harvest the cassava root from the ground, pulverize it into starch and then put...

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The Amazing Pea Protein

The organic pea protein market is booming with an expected growth in revenue at an estimated CAGR of 7.2 percent running up to 2027. A new report, Organic Pea Protein Market by Persistence Market Research, attributes the rise in pea protein demand to...

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