Study: Sugar use can be cut with uneven distribution

05/24/2010 | FoodNavigator

Food makers may be able to reduce sugar levels without reducing perceptions of sweetness by distributing the sugar unevenly, researchers say. The study, which builds on similar insights for salt reduction in foods, says distributing sugar in layered gels would cut the amount needed by about 20%.

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