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Zerose OK in China

September 17, 2008: 12:31 PM EST

China has allowed Cargill to sell Zerose erythritol sweetener with no restrictions on its applications. Erythritol sales in China rose to more than 320 tons in 2007, according to Euromonitor, and are forecast to rise to at least 635 tons in 2012. Zerose is non-glycemic and non-insulinemic.

"Cargill Gets Chinese Seal of Approval for Erythritol Brand", FoodNavigator, September 17, 2008, © Decision News Media
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