Nestlé-Froneri Ice Creams has announced it will use Resugar Synergy as the key ingredient in its low-calorie treats as a way to deliver a high-quality flavor without the associated calories. The ice cream bars will feature the regular sugar in the recipe swapped out for the Resugar Synergy, which supports the reduction of sugar content by a total of 70%. The change will be recognized within the 99 calorie series as a way to highlight flavor and a low-calorie format.
Chief Technologist Ariel Elhadef spoke on the Nestlé-Froneri Ice Creams product update saying, "Many consumers today are looking for products that will provide them with an experience without compromise in taste and texture, yet with a low caloric value. The addition of Resugar to the 99 calorie series allowed us to launch a very tasty product with a sugar content of less than 10%. This is a winning combination of less than 100 calories per unit and excellent taste.”
These Nestlé-Froneri Ice Creams Will Feature Resugar Synergy
1. Low-calorie Desserts - Incorporating Resugar Synergy as a sugar substitute in ice cream bars could spark new developments in the low-calorie desserts trend.
2. Sugar Substitutes - The use of Resugar Synergy as a sugar substitute in ice cream bars can disrupt the sugar substitutes market by providing a better taste and texture compared to some artificial sweeteners.
3. Healthy Indulgence - The launch of the 99 calorie series with Resugar Synergy as the key ingredient speaks to the trend of healthy indulgence and can inspire new product developments in this area.
1. Food Manufacturing - Food manufacturers can take advantage of the trend towards healthier snacking options and incorporate Resugar Synergy in their products.
2. Fitness and Wellness - Fitness and wellness industries can use the low-calorie ice cream bars with Resugar Synergy as a treat option for their clients.
3. Retail - Retailers can tap into the trend towards healthier indulgences by creating a dedicated section in their stores for low-calorie desserts, or by incorporating such products into their existing product lines.