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Sweeteners are ingredients incorporated into foods to impart a characteristically sweet taste, as delineated by the Center for Research on Ingredient Safety. These sweetening agents are classified into four major categories: sugars, sugar alcohols, artificial sweeteners, and naturally derived sweeteners.

Delicious sweeteners to match any taste

Sugars are ubiquitous carbohydrates found in a plethora of foods, including fruits and specialized items like maple syrup. Sugar alcohols, chemically altered sugar compounds, do not elicit significant glycemic responses. Artificial sweeteners are synthetically manufactured to imbue foods with sweetness. Naturally derived sweeteners, such as stevia and monk fruit, undergo certain processing to yield the end product (U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Sweeteners Guidelines). Additionally, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) conceptualizes the sweet flavor as having specific physiological roles, including tonifying and moistening, as well as directing Qi to the spleen (National Institute of Health, Complementary Medicine Review). 

Various natural sweeteners including Monk fruit, Agave, Stevia leaf, and honey.

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