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As part of our efforts to consolidate and unify global business operations under the new brand, going forward Nascent Health Sciences will be operating as HOWTIAN LLC to best serve our customers in North America.
When formulating or reformulating a product with stevia, the sugar reduction process can sometimes encounter challenges. To break down these complexities, our experts have created this simple step-by-step guide to formulating with stevia.
Stevia and stevia-derived ingredients can be labeled as natural flavors in many countries depending on the use levels and guidelines from FEMA. There are many reasons manufacturers using stevia may want to declare it as a “natural…
Effective sugar reduction in a formula with sugar substitutes is not only about replacing the sweetness of sugar, but also replacing its bulk. We’ve launched a new line of 1:1 sugar replacements that achieve both.
Choosing from the vast variety of stevia can be challenging compared to traditional sugar substitutes. To break down the complexities of formulating with stevia, we’ve compiled a starter’s guide for stevia in beverage applications.
Acids are common in sweet foods & beverages. When reducing sugar with stevia, one must know how to harmonize the sweetness of stevia with different types of acids.
Nascent has received an FDA “No Questions” Letter for its Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) notification, effectively achieving the agency’s safety designation for SoPure™ Stevia.
Monk fruit extract is poised to be the next big natural non-nutritive sugar alternative. It’s 100-250 times as sweet as sugar, and offers several health benefits.
While some ingredient companies have struggled with shortages due to continued fallout from COVID-19, Nascent has reinforced availability of our broad range of stevia, including all grades…
Inositol, a sugar alcohol that is about 48% as sweet as sugar, can easily be added to most food and beverage products since it has a clean taste at the most common usage levels.