1. Can EUREBA be used in any application as a flavour?
No but EUREBA 97 is permitted for use as a flavour in 8 food categories: 1, 3, 4.2, 5, 6, 12, 14.1 and 14.2. The maximum usage level for EUREBA 97 in these categories is 10mg/kg.
2. Where can I find the food categories where EUREBA products are permitted?
Suitable applications for the various EUREBA products can be found on the Product Data Sheets for the various products.
3. What is the sweetness equivalence of EUREBA products?
In general, SGs are up to 300 times sweeter than sucrose. However the sweetness equivalence is dependant on the other ingredients in the formulation. We normally suggest that developers use 300 for EUREBA basic as an initial estimate for product development.
4. Are EUREBA products GMO certified?
Bayn has a Non-GMO requirement for all the ingredients we use in our products. We have a general Non-GMO statement that covers all our products and we also supply product specific Non-GMO certificates upon request.
5. Does EUREBA come in granulate?
Yes! EUREBA Basic products can be delivered in granulate form. The size specifications are customized according the customer specifications. EUREBA granulates are produced through a dry granulation process based on compression. Unlike wet granulation the process does not alter the chemical properties of the powder. We can guarantee that the solubility of EUREBA granulate is at least 1% or greater – the disintegration rate may be some what impacted.
6. What are EUREBA Blends?
EUREBA Blends are SGs based sugar replacers designed on an application specific basis. The main ingredients are dietary fibre, and flavours.
7. What fibre is used in the EUREBA Blends?
EUREBA Blends contain inulin.
8. What is EUREBA F Ery?
EUREBA F Ery is a line of Steviol glycoside based sweetener with bulk. EUREBA F Ery sweeteners are blends that combine Steviol glycosides (E 960) with erythritol (E 968).
9. Are there EUREBA products suitable for direct compression applications?
Yes. We recommend our granulate for these applications.