Xylitol as A Sweetener in Beverages:Patent Overview (Last 5 Years)
Xylitol is a carbohydrate that naturally occurs in vegetables and fruits. The pure form of xylitol has the appearance and taste of sugar. Xylitol is used as a food additive in some of the foods and may be a good alternative to sugar for people with diabetes. In addition, it can reduce plaque and cavity formation in the teeth. Xylitol can be present in sugar-free chocolates and many others. Because xylitol is granulated like regular sugar, it can also be added to homemade baked goods to reduce the sugar content, though the minty taste of the product will change the taste. This indicates that it has a wide range of applicability in several food industries including the beverages.There are patents filed focusing on the innovations with respect to the compositions, applications. To know more details it is worth going through the patent overview.
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