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The High Intensity Sweeteners Neotame and Sucralose: 2 Ways to Ace the Patient's Taste Test


Mask bitter aftertaste for a sweeter pill to swallow! Patients are more likely to follow through and receive the therapeutic benefit of medication if the pharmaceutical formulations have a pleasant taste. With the high-intensity sweeteners Neotame and Sucralose, you have efficient tools at hand which are superior to other sweeteners in many aspects:

  • excellent sugar-like taste profile
  • outstanding sweetness factors
  • use effectiveness
  • enhanced stability

In this webinar, we present our new toolbox of two high-performance sweeteners and focus on aspects of stability, safety, and application in various dosage forms as well as the market perception.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to optimize the patients´ taste experience of your pharmaceuticals
  • How sweeteners can be differentiated by their sensory profiles and features
  • How our new product offering Neotame can be effectively used in your targeted formulations


Almut von der Brelie

Almut von der Brelie


Senior Manager Strategic Marketing, Excipients for Solid Applications

Almut von der Brelie has more than 15 years of experience in the industry for functional cosmetic, food, and pharmaceutical ingredients used in highly regulated markets. In her current position as a strategic marketing manager, she is responsible for a sweetener portfolio and product innovations focusing on oral solid dosage form applications. She led several projects for sensory studies on food additives and consumer acceptance. Almut studied food chemistry at the Technical University Braunschweig, Germany.

Webinar Information

Pharma and biopharma manufacturing

  • Solid Formulation Strategies
  • Duration:37m

  • Language:English

  • Session 1:presented April 26, 2022

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