Development of Next Generation Stevia Sweetener: Rebaudioside M

  title={Development of Next Generation Stevia Sweetener: Rebaudioside M},
  author={Indra Prakash and Avetik Markosyan and Cynthia A Bunders},
  pages={162 - 175}
This work aims to review and showcase the unique properties of rebaudioside M as a natural non-caloric potential sweetener in food and beverage products. To determine the potential of rebaudioside M, isolated from Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni, as a high potency sweetener, we examined it with the Beidler Model. This model estimated that rebaudioside M is 200–350 times more potent than sucrose. Numerous sensory evaluations of rebaudioside M’s taste attributes illustrated that this steviol glycoside… 

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