calorie sugar launched Leading global food ingredients manufacturer Tate Lyle have launched Dolcia Prima, a low calorie sugar for use in processed foods and beverages globally.
Dolcia Prima is Tate Lyle's brand name for allulose, a low calorie sugar that exists in nature and can be found in small quantities in some fruits and foods people eat every day. It was first identified in wheat in the 1930s. Tate Lyle is a global provider of ingredients and solutions to the food, beverage and other industries, with operations in over 30 locations worldwide. The Company said this would mean food and beverage manufacturers should be able to "significantly reduce the calories in products while maintaining the same taste and enjoyment of sugar that consumers demand". "One of the biggest challenges our industry faces is reducing calories while maintaining the taste experience consumers expect from their favourite foods burberry scarf outlet and beverages," said Abigail Storms, Vice President, Platform Management, Sweeteners, at Tate Lyle. "Now food and beverage manufacturers can contribute to this public health challenge by using Dolcia Prima Low Calorie Sugar," Ms Storms said. "Working with Dolcia Prima, our culinary teams have learned that it is possible to provide consumers with products with all the taste, all the mouthfeel and all the texture they expect, but without all the calories," she said. Ms Storms said that in taste trials run by Tate Lyle, "consumers ranked low calorie versions of foods made with Dolcia Prima equally with the full calorie versions". Tate Lyle said Dolcia Prima Low Calorie Sugar can be used in a range of applications including beverages, yoghurt, ice cream and baked burberry bathing suit products to reduce calories or to make lower calorie options taste even better. Unlike high potency sweeteners, Dolcia Prima is 70 per cent as sweet as sucrose (sugar) and has the same temporal taste profile, which Tate Lyle said means it "provides a clean, sweet taste as well as the functionality of sugar". Tate Lyle said Dolcia Prima can be formulated successfully into many different food products that usually contain sugar because it delivers many of the benefits that sugar offers, such as adequate browning when baking, bulk and texture. It can also depress the freezing point when making frozen products. It is a highly soluble, liquid ingredient, which means it is easy to use in liquid products and adds bulk and texture in formulations. Tate Lyle said its applications experts have developed "optimised methods" to incorporate Dolcia Prima into a variety of products and continue to add new developments. Allulose 101: A sugar naturally low in calories Allulose is a low calorie sugar, one of many sugars that exist in nature. Allulose is a low calorie sugar first identified in wheat over 70 years ago. It is also found in small quantities in jackfruit, figs and raisins, and in foods such as caramel sauce, maple syrup and brown sugar. Tate Lyle has developed a patent protected process to produce allulose from basic agricultural raw materials (currently corn in the US). Dolcia Prima can also be used in combination with sweeteners, such as SPLENDA Sucralose and TASTEVA Stevia Sweetener, to enable even better sweetening systems. Peters Australia partners with Nestle for confectionery inspired ice cream rangePeters Ice Cream Australia is now selling ice cream tubs inspired by Nestle confectionary brands. Fiji Water changes its bottle designFiji Water has changed the design of its bottles sold in Australia for the first time in ten years. New cook book for the elderly releasedA new cook book aimed at the elderly and those with dementia. Aussie Farmers Direct challenges supermarkets with new online storeHome delivery grocery service, Aussie Farmers Direct, is ramping up its fight against the supermarke. Messina partners with Arnott's for new Tim Tam rangeArnott's and Messina Gelato have teamed up to create an ice cream inspired Tim burberry trench coat sale Tam range. Two Australian food wastage start ups take the cakeTwo Australian start ups are tackling food wastage in Australia.
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