Food Solutions

Sugar Replacement Ingredients

In recent years the reduction or complete elimination of sugar in peoples diet has become a focus of attention and a priority for many. The growth in diabetes and obesity-related illnesses particularly in the developed world has highlighted the urgent need for a change in diets and eating habits.
Food and beverage producers have responded to this demand with a wide variety of tasty and creative products. From bakery to soft drinks and sauces to convenience foods NCC provides the food industry with many naturally occurring and innovative sugar-free, low and zero calorie ingredients.
Some sugar replacement products that NCC Food Ingredients has provided to customers include; 2nd generation Stevia, Chicory Root Fibre (Inulin), Monk Fruit Extract, Erythritol, Oligofructose, Isomalt, Saccharin, Xylitol, Lactitol, Maltitol, Aspartame and Sucralose.
Our Chicory Root Fibre (Inulin) and Oligofructose is produced by our partner Sensus, a major food ingredient innovator. Our 2nd generation Stevia, is from South Korean company Daepyung. As ingredients go, this Stevia is an excellent sugar replacement as it has all the natural benefits but without the bitter after taste that is associated traditionally with Stevia products.”

For further information on our Sugar Replacement offering, fill out the form below and we will be in contact with you.

Download our stevia sheet

Blending 2nd generation Stevia with outstanding flavours results in the perfect combination of zero calories and finely balanced flavour profiles. Download our Stevia sheet to learn more

Download the Sensus brochure: All about inulin

Inulin is a natural soluble dietary fibre that comes from the roots of the chicory plant. It can be used to replace sugar and fat while improving taste and mouthfeel. Download the brochure to learn more

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