Sisterna sucrose esters for sugar reduced candy

636765101433566994250x250-pixels.png supplier logo

Sucrose esters are not sweet, but they can be a great benefit for sugar reduced candy. Especially for the grained variants. Sucrose esters promote crystallisation of sucrose as well as polyols. Several reduced sugar recipes are developed with Sisterna sucrose esters, like chewies, hard panning, and fondant.

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR CONTACT DETAILS TO VIEW TECHNICAL PAPER
* - Indicates required field
Message :
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
By completing your details to view this free content, you are agreeing to receive follow-up communications from CNS Media and/or third parties regarding this topic
I have read and agree to the Privacy Policy *
Related Content

Sisterna BV

COMPANY DETAILS

Sisterna BV

Belder 30A

4704 RK, Roosendaal

Netherlands

 

www.sisterna.com

 

info@sisterna.com

 

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Emulsifiers and Emulsifier Systems


Sisterna is established in 1992 as a joint venture of DKS Co. Ltd. (Japan) and Royal Cosun (the Netherlands).

Sisterna imports the sucrose esters of DKS into the Netherlands where the warehouse and office are located. Our sucrose esters are promoted under the brand name ‘Sisterna'. Our main market is the Western Hemisphere with a focus on Europe and North America. Sisterna has an extensive network of exclusive distributors specialized in marketing and distributing a unique range of high quality, non-ionic emulsifiers and covering more than 35 countries worldwide.

Sisterna sucrose esters and sucrose oligo esters are widely used as additives in confectionery, bakery, dairy & desserts and in general in all sorts of emulsions.

Sisterna sucrose esters are used for numerous functions in food products. The basic function of sucrose esters is emulsification but they are often choosen for their secondary functions. Some examples are the delayed staling of bakery products, the promotion of an extra fine sugar crystal matrix in candy or the creation of extra smooth delicious whipped mousse or ice cream.