With the health emphasis today on managing calories and keeping a close watch on portion size during mealtime, consumers look to the foods and beverages they choose to fuel both their taste buds and their diet. A new choice is allulose, a low-calorie sugar that tastes just like sugar.
Allulose has the texture, the taste and the performance of sugar, but almost no calories.
Food and beverage manufacturers using allulose in their products have found that it works well in many applications, browns when baking, adds bulk and texture to product and can work in combination with other sweeteners.
While allulose is not yet available as a table top sweetener, you will soon begin seeing it as an ingredient in many foods and beverages.
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