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Food Ingredients

Cargill, DSM join for no-calorie sweeteners

by Melody Bomgardner
November 16, 2018 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 96, ISSUE 46

 

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Cargill and DSM have launched a joint venture to scale up production of nonartificial, zero-calorie sweeteners. The venture, called Avansya, will use fermentation to produce molecules such as the glycosides rebaudioside M and D, found in the stevia plant. Cargill will provide the feedstock and a fermentation facility being built in Blair, Neb. DSM will contribute strain development, fermentation expertise, and customer relationships.

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