Research & Clinical Studies

Fructofin® Fructose

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  17. Ref: Van Turnout, Ph., Pelgroms, J., and Van Der Meeren, J,: Sweetness Evaluation of Mixtures of Fructofin® with Saccharin, Aspartame and Acusulfame K, Journal of Food Science (vol. 50) 1985.

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