Natural sweeteners

Erythritol Stevia  Xylitol 

This is the current available list of all natural sweeteners used internationally. In red are the most frequently used confectionery sweeteners. 

Name            Comments
Brazzein         Protein
Curculin         Protein
Erythritol       sugar alcohol (polyol)
Glycyrrhizin    the main sweet-tasting compound from liquorice root
Glycerol         E422
Inulin           a group of naturally occurring polysaccharides produced by many types of plants
Isomalt       E953
Lactitol        E966
Luo han guo aka Monk Fruit, native to China used throughout Asia. Part of the gourd or cucurbitaceae family which includes cucumber, pumpkin, watermelon & squash
Mabinlin     Protein
Maltitol         E965 sugar alcohol (polyol) made from corn starch
Mannitol      E421 sugar alcohol (polyol) Found in a wide variety of natural products, including almost all plants.  This allows for direct extraction from natural products, rather than chemical or biological syntheses
Miraculin      a natural sugar substitute, a glycoprotein extracted from the fruit(berry) of Synsepalum dulcificum, native to West Africa
Monatin       Naturally-occurring sweetener isolated from the plant Sclerochiton ilicifolius
Monellin      Protein; the sweetening ingredient in serendipity berries - a tropical dioecious rainforest vine in the family Menispermaceae. It is native throughout most of tropical Africa.
Osladin         naturally occurring sugar isolated from the rhizome of a fern
Pentadin       Protein
Polyglycitol Naturally occurring sugar alcohol. It consists of maltitol and sorbitol as well as small amount of other sugars.
Sorbitol        Naturally occurring E420 sugar alcohol (polyol) aka Glucitol found in apples, pears, peaches, & prunes. Has 1/3 of the calories of sugar. 
Stevia           rebaudioside A, a steviol glycoside
Tagatose       a natural sweetener present in fruits, cacao, and dairy products. 92% as sweet as sugar, but with only 38% of the calories
Thaumatin   Protein; E957
Xylitol            E967 (sugar alcohol; polyol); mostly made from birch trees, some from corn
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