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Regulations Pave The Way For Natural Sweeteners

author:Naturalindate:2017-04-18 09:46Click: times
SweetenersWith the international diabetes federation and world health organisation supporting sugar tax legislation, natural sweeteners could become an inevitable choice in products today. 
Eating sweet foods in moderation is very important, and greed for these can lead to excessive calorie intake that can harm health. Along with the increasing severity of global obesity, diabetes and other health problems, many countries in the world are taking measures to levy a tax on sugary drinks, so as to actively create a healthier environment for consumers.
In an effort to guide people to form healthier eating and consumption habits, more countries are implementing a sugar tax system. This increases the cost for enterprises to produce high-sugar food and beverage products, which eventually leads to a price increase of these goods.
Under the regulation of this policy, on one hand, it will lead producers to adjust their product formulations and lead them to develop healthier products that have a lower tax; on the other hand, consumers will gradually realise the intention of the country。ッs regulation, and will more reasonably plan their diets and correct unhealthy consumption habits.
Natural sweeteners such as stevia。ェwhich provides a zero-calorie sweetness。ェcould be the inevitable choice for health for the contemporary consumer.When using stevia sugar as sweetener, besides ensuring superior sweet taste, it can achieve a significant reduction in sugar and calorie content in food and beverages. It is also suitable for the diets of pregnant women and diabetic patients。ェwhile also providing them with a sweet taste.
Today, over four billion people in the world are eating foods and drinks containing stevia sugar, and the safety of this ingredient is guaranteed by extensive research.More than 200 studies, verifications, and national regulatory agencies in more than 65 countries of the world have approved its edible use.

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