Sweetener Systems Library

Originally Published: April 19, 2021
Last Updated: July 6, 2021
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Welcome to Sweetener Systems Library, which provides free access to valuable speaker presentations and post-conference summaries. A Protein Trends & Technologies Library and Clean Label Library that provide access to summaries and presentations from past seminars and conferences are also available. Please explore Global Food Forums’ upcoming product development conferences.

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2017 Sweeteners Systems Magazine Cover
2016 Sweetener Systems Post-Conference Magazne

2020 Sweetener Systems Conference (Online)

This in-person event has been cancelled due to Covid-19. However, most of the presentations scheduled for the 2020 Sweetener Systems Conference and 2020 Clean Label Conference have been video recorded.
Retooling for the New Sweetener InfluencersA. Elizabeth Sloan, Ph.D., President, Sloan Trends, Inc. [Only a written summary of the presentation is available.]
Genetics, Sweet Preference, and Short Sleep: Important Players in Food Choice? Robin M. Tucker, Ph.D., RD, FAND, Assistant Professor, Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Michigan State University
Breakthrough Technology Dramatically Improves Sweetener TastesGrant E. DuBois, Ph.D., Consultant, Sweetness Technologies, LLC
Sugar in Dairy Foods: Its Role, Replacement & Impact on Sensory AttributesMaryAnne Drake, Ph.D., Sensory Analysis and Flavor Chemistry, William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor, North Carolina State University
Update on Added Sugar Labeling: News, Nuances and NeedsLauren SwannMS, RD, LDN, CEO, President, Concept Nutrition, Inc.
Solving the Puzzle: Sugar Reduction StrategiesCatalin Moraru, Ph.D., Technical Manager, Product Development, The National Food Lab, Inc

2018 Sweetener Systems Conference (In-Person Event)

A FDA Update: Sugary Ingredients’ Impact on Added Sugar LabelingLauren Swann, MS, RD, LDN, CEO and President, Concept Nutrition, Inc.
Analytical Methods for Walking on the Lawful Side of Sugars, Dietary Fiber and Bioactive SweetenersDavid Plank, Managing Principal, WRSS Food & Nutrition Insights; and Senior Research Fellow, Department of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Minnesota

Applications Panel: Technical Tips for Sugar Reduction

5 Tips for Reducing Sugar in Bars & Baked GoodsMelanie Goulson, MSc, General Manager, Merlin Development
Reducing Sugar in Frozen Dairy & Novelty DessertsJonathan Hopkinson, Ph.D., Technology Consultant, Frozen Desserts
Practical Sensory Tools to Use in Evaluating Sugar Reduction Efforts Judy Lindsey, General Manager of Brisan Group (previously Product Dynamics, a division of RQA, Inc.)

2017 Sweetener Systems Conference (In-Person Event)

Why “No Calorie” makes “No Sense”Nancy E. Rawson, Ph.D., Associate Director, Monell Chemical Senses Center
Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice? Is This Truth in Labeling? Julie Miller Jones, Ph.D., CNS, CFS, LN, Emeritus Professor and Distinguished Scholar of Food and Nutrition at St. Catherine University
An Innovative Approach to Sugar ReductionSusan Mayer, MSc, CFS, Innovation Advisor, Food & Ag Lead, RTI International
On-trend Ingredients: Polyol Properties, Labeling & Emerging Areas of Interest — Peter Jamieson, MSc, Principal and Food Scientist, Atlas Point Technical Services, LLC
Functional Properties & Applications of Natural Sweeteners — Mary Mulry, Ph.D., Managing Director, FoodWise One, LLC

2016 Sweetener Systems Conference (In-Person Event)

Insights into Challenges of Labeling “Added Sugar” David Ellingson, MSc, Senior Research Chemist and Project Manager, Covance
Panel: Sweeteners and Nutrition: New Developments & Reality ChecksTwo globally renown speakers will discuss issues and current nutritional research behind caloric and low- /non-caloric sweeteners.
Panelist: Sweeteners and HealthG. Harvey Anderson, Ph.D., Professor of Nutritional Sciences and Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Panelist: Low Calorie Sweetener RealityRichard D. Mattes, MPH, PhD, RD, Distinguished Professor of Nutrition Science at Purdue University, Affiliated Scientist at the Monell Chemical Senses Center
The Science Behind Sugar Reduction: Ingredient Functionality Beyond TasteKathy Groves, Professor & Senior Consultant, Head of Science & Microscopy, Leatherhead Food Research
Emerging Research in Aromas & Sweetness Enhancement — Thomas Colquhoun, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Plant Biotechnology, University of Florida


2014 Weight Management Technologies Seminiar (In-Person Event)

An Insider’s Perspective to Weight Management Product Development — 2014 Weight Management Technolgies Seminar Keynote Speaker: Scott Martling, MSc, Associate Director, Research & Development, International Food Network
Effective Marketing of Nutrition and Dietary Foods and Beverages in the Regulatory World — Steven B. Steinborn, J.D., Partner, Hogan Lovells US LLP
Emerging Research in Nutrition-related Factors of Weight Management — David Lafond, Ph.D., MBA, Fellow, Kellogg Company
Sugar Reduction:  How to Formulate with Less Sugar while Maintaining Sugar-like Properties — Alex Woo, Ph.D., CEO and Founder, W2O Food Innovation
Reduced Calorie Foods: Sensorial Shortcomings and Emerging Solutions — Rianne Ruijschop, PhD, Group Leader, Food Structure & Stability, NIZO food research
From Amla to Zingiber: Insights into Non-traditional Ingredients for Weight Management — Kantha Shelke, Ph.D., CFS, Food scientist and principal, Corvus Blue LLC
Formulating for Increased Satiety — Elizabeth Arndt, Ph.D., Director R&D, ConAgra Foods, Inc.
Making a Successful Connection:  Current Consumer Mindsets & Weight Management Products — David Sprinkle, MBA, Research Director, MarketResearch.com/ Publisher, Packaged Facts