Updated database and trends of declared low- and no-calorie sweeteners from foods and beverages marketed in spain

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Samaniego Vaesken, Mª de Lourdes and González Fernández de Valderrama, Beatriz and Partearroyo Cediel, Teresa and Urrialde de Andrés, Rafael and Varela Moreiras, Gregorio (2021) Updated database and trends of declared low- and no-calorie sweeteners from foods and beverages marketed in spain. Frontiers in Nutrition, 8 (670422). pp. 1-9. ISSN Electronic: 2296-861X

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Official URL: https://doi.org/10.3389/fnut.2021.670422




Abstract

Background: The past few years have witnessed an increase in the availability of food products containing one or more low- and no-calorie sweeteners (LNCS) in the Spanish market, mostly due to the new massive reformulation plan. However, these are not included in food composition tables or databases, and, therefore, assessment of their intake among the population is complex. This study aims to update a database including commercialized foods and beverages.
Method: A systematic search of ingredients information from the different food and beverage categories was undertaken during 2019 by recording the availability and type of LNCS declared in the information of the product from labels and online shopping platforms of retailers from Spain to update a previous food composition database compiled in 2017.
Results: A total of 1,238 products were identified. The major groups were sugar and sweets (24%), non-alcoholic beverages (21%), cereals and grains (19%), and milk and dairy products (14%) accounting for >70% of total products. The mainly declared LNCS were sorbitol (19.5%), sucralose (19.5%), and acesulfame K (19.2%).
Conclusion: There is a wide variety of products that include LNCS as a main ingredient with higher availability than when compared with the results of database of 2017, consequently, it might be expected that LNCS are commonly consumed at present in the Spanish diet.


Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Food composition database; Food groups; Spain; Reformulation; Low- and no-calorie sweeteners
Subjects:Medical sciences > Pharmacy > Chemistry of food and nutrition
Medical sciences > Pharmacy > Dietetics and nutrition
ID Code:71330
Deposited On:17 Mar 2022 13:03
Last Modified:18 Mar 2022 08:18

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