Triarco Introduces BeFlora Plus 20x®

Wayne, NJ-- Today Triarco announced a key addition to the BeFlora® line up…BeFlora Plus 20x®. As the name and number indicates, this soluble fiber product is also approximately 20 times sweeter than sugar. With the combination of product shortage and price hikes affecting sucralose customers, this was the perfect time to introduce BeFlora Plus 20x®.

This new version of BeFlora® is being widely used in conjunction with sucralose to lessen both the effective sweetening cost per serving and the complete dependence on sucralose. Many customers have opted to blend BeFlora Plus 20x® with sucralose in a 25% to 75% ratio respectively in order to lower their net sweetening costs by almost 24% in some cases. It should be noted that while BeFlora® is not 100% natural, it does enjoy self-affirmed GRAS status.

Dr. Mark Anderson, head of Research and Development at Triarco, noted that all BeFlora® products not only improve taste, but they improve texture and prebiotic fiber properties as well.

“The key market categories for BeFlora® include high fiber supplementation, low sugar content, a reduction in fat and low net carbohydrate content,” he said.

Although BeFlora Plus 20x® is best applied in beverages, this versatile sweetening mix can be used in practically any other application such as bakery systems, confections, supplements and dairy products.

To top it off, BeFlora Plus 20x® has approximately 3/4 the calories of sugar, which makes this remarkable product great for reduced calorie and diet products. Simply divide the amount of sugar equivalent desired in your application by 20 and add that much BeFlora Plus 20x®.

For more information call 1-800-879-3745, or email us at [email protected].

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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