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Definition of the noun sweetener

What does sweetener mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: sweeteners

  1. something added to foods to make them taste sweeter
  2. anything that serves as an enticement

Alternative definition of the noun sweetener


  1. a food additive that sweetens, especially an artificial substitute for sugar
  2. [informal] something added as an inducement or incentive; a kickback


Sweetener is a food, product with ingredients.

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Google previewThe Shopper's Guide to GI Values (2014)

The Authoritative Source of Glycemic Index Values for More Than 1,200 Foods by Dr. Jennie Brand-Miller, Kaye Foster-Powell B.SC., M. Nutri. & Diet, Jennie Brand-Miller

So it seems unlikely that either sweetener is a problem for pregnant women or those who are breastfeeding.

Google previewWriting a Convincing Business Plan (2008)

by Art DeThomas, Stephanie A. Derammelaere

An equity sweetener is a stock option that grants the ...

Google previewAdvances in Sweeteners (1996)

by Trevor H. Grenby

approval of a food additive petition for a new low-calorie sweetener is an unpredictable process that can generate over 30 000 pages of data, take 10-20 years, cost hundreds of ...

Google previewFundamentals of Food Biotechnology (2014)

by Byong H. Lee

FO sweetener is a mixture of FOs, which may be found in onions, asparagus, Jerusalem artichoke, and wheat. It contains ketose, nystose, and 1-β- fructofuranosylnystose in the ratio of 28:60:12. Meiji Seika Company in Japan has done most of ...

Google previewThe Quality of Foods and Beverages V1 (2012)

Chemistry and Technology by George Charalambous

INTRODUCTION Talin sweetener is the proprietary name given to the purified sweet extract obtained from the fruit of the West African plant Thaumatococcus daniellii.

Google previewPrescription for Dietary Wellness (2003)

Using Foods to Heal by Phyllis A. Balch CNC

Barley malt sweetener is an excellent sugar substitute. It tastes just like sugar, without the aftertaste often associated with sugar substitutes .

Google previewChemist and Druggist (1879)

The Newsweekly for Pharmacy

The reports are the following:— —'s Cream Sweetener is a liquid sold in canisters at 2s. 9d per pint and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Diet Fads: Understanding Science and Society, 2nd Edition (2014)

Understanding Science and Society by Marjolijn Bijlefeld, Sharon K. Zoumbaris

Although soft drinks account for more than 70% of aspartame consumption, this sweetener is added to more than 6,000 foods, personal care products, and pharmaceuticals.” Overall, the United States consumes about 50 percent of the world's ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Healing Foods (2010)

by Michael T. Murray, Joseph Pizzorno

We expect to see tagatosegainingalot ofattention For easy reference, we rank the sweeteners below and assign each a recommended use level of liberal, moderate, conservative, and restricas it enters the crowded sweetener category. tive.

Google previewEncyclopedia Paranoiaca (2013)

by Henry Beard

office, and Hayes's decision continues to raise eyebrows—not only because an FDA-appointed panel had voted against approval on the basis of concerns that the sweetener might be a carcinogen, but also because then G. D. Searle ...

Google previewFood & Fitness: A Dictionary of Diet & Exercise (2017)

by Michael Kent

Natural sweeteners include fruit sugars rich in fructose, honey, maple syrup, stevia (a lowcalorie sweetener extracted from the leaves of a plant called Stevia rebaudiana), and xylitol (a sugar alcohol). See also ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS.

Google previewDictionary of Flavors (2017)

by Dolf De Rovira, Sr.

Chart 133 Continued Sweetener Regulatory Status Dextrose High Fructose Corn Syrup‐42 Xylitol (Naturally occurring sugar alcohol which is produced by catalytic hydrogenation of d‐xylose) Sucrose Xylose High Fructose Corn Syrup‐55 ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Alternative & Complementary Medicine (2010)

Subjective health care viewed with an objective eye by Joseph Segen

sweetener. Any of a group of substances with a taste similar to the usual dietary sugars, glucose and sucrose, that are metabolised incompletely or not at all, resulting in a minimal gain of calories; given the known, albeit minimal, risk of bladder ...

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Historical Slang (2003)

by Eric Partridge


Google previewFood and Drink in American History (2013)

A "Full Course" Encyclopedia by Andrew F. Smith

A second artificial sweetener, calcium cyclamate, was used in diet soda beginning in 1952. Variations of it were used in a variety of other products. Cyclamates were banned by the FDA in 1970. They were generally replaced by saccharin.

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America (2013)

by Andrew Smith

The sweetener in- dustry became a major force behind the expansion of slavery and was also responsible for its introduction into the colonies. In the late eighteenth century, increased awareness of the horrors of slavery spawned abolition ...

Google previewFoods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition (1993)

by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger

Fruit drinks, ready-to-serve One or more citrus juices plus sweetener(s) and/or coloring(s), flavoring(s), and various additives. Alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks. It may be more economical for consumers to dilute pure fruit juices to the desired ...

Google previewA Consumer's Dictionary of Food Additives, 7th Edition (2009)

Descriptions in Plain English of More Than 12,000 Ingredients Both Harmful and Desirable Found in Foods by Ruth Winter

dry beverage mixes, confections, canned fruit, gelatins, puddings, custards, and as a tabletop sweetener. It is marketed under the name Sunette or Sweet One and ...

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Sweetener Meaning

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Quotes about Sweetener

Masking acts of depravity,
Will not make the doing of it go away.
To market it as a sweetener...
That has mental and physical benefits,
With an enhanced diet appeal...
Is good business,
To keep depravity a seduction one accepts. (Lawrence S. Pertillar)
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Scrabble value of S1W4E1E1T1E1N1E1R1

The value of this 9-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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