Allulose low-calorie sugar
This week Anderson Global Group announced today that it plans to launch its AllSweet Low-Calorie Sugar at the upcoming IFT tradeshow in Chicago. Anderson Global has partnered with South Korean manufacturer CJ CheilJedang to offer Allulose under the AllSweet brand to food and beverage formulators seeking to reduce total calories, especially those from High Fructose Corn Syrup.
Allulose is a naturally occurring sugar found in fruits and foods such as raisins, figs, kiwis and brown sugar. At only 0.3 kcal/g, this low-calorie sugar provides a clean, satisfying sweetness to beverage, bakery, frozen, confectionary and dairy applications. AllSweet performs like sugar in formulations and delivers the sweet satisfaction consumers crave. It is recognized by the taste buds as a simple sugar and yet is not metabolized and has no impact on blood glucose levels.
A better, different sugar
In contrast to high-intensity sweeteners like sucralose, AllSweet has the ability to replicate the hallmark properties of sugar such as browning while baking. It provides an exceptionally clean sweetness profile on parity with table sugar and doesn’t leave behind an unpleasant or bitter aftertaste like Stevia. Best of all, AllSweet is made from Non-GMO corn, making it the cleanest label available for Allulose low-calorie sugar replacements.