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Industrial uses of sugar

  • February 2013
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  • International Sugar Journal
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  • 232 pages

Chocolate, Confectionery, Beverage, Bakery, Cereal and Dairy Products and Processes

The Industrial Uses of Sugar report comprehensively covers all aspects of industrial sugar use, from its production and consumption to a description of the types of commercial sugars available

Areas of food production where sugar is used are covered in detail, including sugar and chocolate confectionery, chewing gum, beverages, bakery, cereal, dairy and other uses, such as in jams, spreads, condiments and liqueurs, and leading global producers and processors fully examined

Information is also given on regulatory aspects related to labeling sugar in foods Recent controversies which have arisen around the use of certain terms on labels are also fully covered

Table Of Contents

Industrial uses of sugar
Contents
Executive Summary1
1 Overview5
A Brief History of Sweeteners 6
Definition of sugar 7
2 Sugar production9
Cane Sugar Production 9
Raw sugar 9
Refined sugar 10
Beet Sugar Production 10
Difference between cane and beet sugar 12
The question of “bleaching” 13
3 World production of cane and beet sugar15
Major Sugar Producing Companies 17
The Leading Sugar Traders 20
Sugar Refineries 21
4 Global consumption of sugar23
Global Consumption of Sugar and Per Capita Consumption of Sugar 23
Some trends in global sugar consumption 23
Sugar in the Diet 26
Effect of HFCS on Sugar Consumption 27
5 Regulations, definitions, standards, food labeling, contracts
and legislation31
Labeling Sugar in Foods 31
CODEX Standards for Sugars 33
Raw Sugar for Food Use 35
Specialty Sugar Importation into the US 35
USDA Sugar Re-Export Program 36
ICUMSA 45 Sugar 37
Sugar Contracts 37
Raw sugar 38
Refined white sugar 38
Organizations that Promote Sugar Methods 39
ICUMSA 40
AOAC International 40
USP and FCC 41
ISBT Granular Sucrose and Liquid Sucrose Guidelines 41
Proficiency Studies 42
6 Controversies, myths, misconceptions and lawsuits43
Negative attitudes toward sugar - the “demonization” of sugar 43
Labeling of Added Sugars 44
Limiting Sugar Intake 46
Response by Industry 47
Defining Junk Food 47
On the Side of Science 49
Glycemic index 51
Myths and Misconceptions about Sugar 52
Other Controversies: HFCS and Evaporated Cane Juice 53
HFCS 53
Is it bad for you? 53
HFCS and corn sugar 53
Is it corn sugar? 53
HFCS: Natural or not natural? 54
Is it natural? 54
Evaporated Cane Juice 54
7 Function of sucrose in food57
Water activity (Aw) 57
Bulk density 58
Comparative sweetness 58
Physical properties of sucrose 60
Blending sweeteners 61
Flavor enhancement 61
Interaction with other flavors 61
Retention of aromas 62
Flavor and color development 62
Interaction with other ingredients 62
8 Types of commercial sugar63
Screened Granulated Refined White Sugars (Beet or Cane) 64
Confectioner's sugar 67
Fondant Sugar 68
Brown sugar / soft sugar 70
Areado sugar 71
Liquid Sugars 71
Benefits of invert syrup 72
Liquid Sugar Guidelines 73
Refiners Syrups/ Refinery Syrups 73
Other Specialty Sugars 74
Estandar sugar 77
Plantation sugar / direct production sugar 77
Amorfo sugar 78
White crystal sugars from Latin America 78
Colombia: 78
Brazil: 78
Organic sugar 78
Fairtrade 79
Sugars from the Cane Mill 79
Turbinado sugar 80
Demerara sugar 80
Muscovado sugar and Barbados sugar 80
Sucanat® 80
Evaporated cane juice 81
Indigenous sugars - Panela and others 82
Companies 83
9 Industrial uses of sugar83
Definition 83
Non-Food Uses of Sucrose 86
Pharmaceutical 86
Animal feed 86
Sucrose derivatives in food usage 87
Isomaltulose (Palatinoseâ„¢) 87
Isomalt / Isomaltitol / Palatinitâ„¢ 87
Leucrose 87
Sucromalt 88
Sucralose 88
Sucrose Esters 88
Olestra 88
Sucrose Oligosaccharides 89
10 Confectionery91
Consumption of Confectionery 92
Confectionery around the world 93
Brazil 93
China 93
France 94
India 94
Japanese Confectionery 95
Mexico 97
Russia 97
Scandinavian Confectionery 97
Thailand 98
Turkey 98
UK 98
United States 99
Western Europe 99
Seasonal Spikes in Confectionery 101
United States 101
Canada 102
India 102
Japan 102
Mexico 103
Middle East 103
Scandinavia and Western Europe 103
Countlines 103
Global Confectionery Brands 105
Industry Leaders in Confectionery 107
Sugar Confectionery 109
Fondant and Frappe110
Confectionery fillings111
Soft gums and jellies 111
Caramels, toffee and fudge111
High boiled confectionery 112
Aerated confections112
Tablets and lozenges 112
Consumption of Sugar Confectionery112
Chocolate Confectionery113
A Brief History of Chocolate113
How Chocolate is Processed115
Producing Countries and Consumption115
Apparent consumption of cocoa beans (2010/2011)116
Some Current Trends in Chocolate Confectionery118
Standards of Identity for Chocolate Products119
% Cacao versus % Cocoa 120
Descriptions of Some Chocolate Types 120
Industry Leaders in Chocolate Confectionery 123
Chewing Gum 126
Brief History of Chewing Gum 127
Bubble gum 127
Gum Ingredients 128
Consumption of Chewing Gum 129
The Industry Leaders in Chewing Gum 131
Brands 133
Wrigley gum brands 134
Gum products of Perfetti Van Melle 135
Lotte Co, Ltd Brands 135
Cadbury/ Kraft gum products 136
11 Beverages139
Carbonates 140
Flavored bottled water / enhanced water 141
Sports drinks 142
Energy drinks 142
Dilutables / Squashes 142
Smoothies 143
Fruit juice drinks 143
The Quality of White Sugar Required in the Beverage Industry 144
Industry leaders 145
Coca Cola 145
PepsiCo 146
Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc 146
Monster Beverage Corp 146
Barr Britvic Soft Drinks 146
12 Dairy147
Ice Cream 148
Ice milk 150
Sherbet 151
Ice cream novelties 152
Unusual “ice creams” 152
Ice Cream Brands 152
Yogurt 154
Greek Yogurt 155
The Industry Leaders in Greek Yogurt 156
Drinkable yogurt 156
Frozen Yogurt 157
Chocolate Flavored Milk Products 159
Powdered Milk Products 159
Eggnog 159
Condensed Milk 160
Puddings and Custards 161
Dairy Industry Leaders 161
13 Bakery and Snacks163
Sugar in Bakery Products 163
Seasonal consumption of bakery and special occasions: 165
Snacks 166
Snacking Patterns 167
Industry Leaders in Bakery and Snacks 168
PepsiCo 168
Nabisco 168
Keebler Food Company 168
Grupo Bimbo SAB de CV 168
United Biscuits 169

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