Maltitol

Maltitol is a member of the polyol family extracted from starch. It is a sweetener very commonly used as a traditional sugar substitute in the production of sweet sugar-free products, since it has a behaviour very similar to sucrose, and in dietary products.

 

It is served in liquid format, which makes its homogenisation easier.

Advantages of the product

  • It has a sweetening power of 75-90% regarding conventional sugar, so it can be used without other sweeteners.
  • Its flavour is very similar to sucrose; therefore, it does not affect the flavour of products.
  • Product suitable for diabetics.
  • Non-cariogenic product.
  • Low calorie content compared with conventional sugar, 2.1 kcal/gr compared with 4 kcal/gr of sucrose.

Advantages of the processes

  • Reduced preparation time, decreasing manpower costs.
  • Energy savings.
  • Facilitates raw material traceability, storage and control.
  • Increases profitability in product unit use.
  • Process loss reduction, because you get a homogeneous product free of impurities.

Formats

  • Bulk 24 t.
  • 1.200 kg Container.
  • 7-8 kg Jerry can.
  • 14-15 kg Jerry can.

Applications

Soft drinks and cider

Dairy products and dairy derivatives

Marmalades and jams

Bakery products

Industrial pastry products and biscuits

Cereals for breakfast

Sports and dietary foods

Flavors and colorants

Nectars and fruit drinks

Chocolate

Confectionery

Ice creams

Nougat and marzipan

Allowed claims

  • Low-calorie.
  • Sugar-free.
  • No added sugar.
  • Suitable for diabetics.

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