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Sweetener

A feature of a security that makes it more attractive to potential purchasers.

Sweetener

An extra incentive to encourage investors to buy a bond or preferred stock. For example, a bond may include a right to buy common stock in the issuer for 10% below its market value. A sweetener is designed to help sell securities. It is also called a kicker, a wrinkle, or bells and whistles.

sweetener

An addition to a security that makes it more appealing to investors. One popular sweetener is the addition of warrants (options to buy stock) to a bond in order to make the bond marketable with a lower interest cost.

sweetener

Something extra included in a transaction to make it more palatable to the other side. For example,Farmer Brown might agree to mow the fields for 5 years if Roberta Rider agrees to buy 10 acres of his land for a horse farm.

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Complete 2015 report on natural sweeteners market spread across 228 pages, profiling 21 companies and supported with 245 tables and figures is now available at http://www.
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Saccharin is the granddaddy of artificial sweeteners.
com/research/tsp8mn/global_sugar_and) has announced the addition of the "Global Sugar & Sweeteners Market Report- 2012 Edition" report to their offering.
The global market for non-sugar sweeteners has been growing at a significant rate for the past five-years, in pace with their applications for food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, health and personal care, and other industries, and largely driven by the North America, Asia-Pacific and European markets.
Renowned journalist and NECTRESSE Sweetener spokesperson, Lisa Ling, is aiding the launch effort by spreading the sweet story of NECTRESSE Sweetener via video testimonial.
Washington, June 18 (ANI): Scientists, using a new analytical method, have been able to demonstrate the presence of several artificial sweeteners in waste water in Germany.
HFCS is sweeter than refined sugar and costs less, which helped gain it 55 percent of the sweetener market.
A natural sweetener called birch sugar helps to prevent some ear infections when given to young children, Finnish researchers report in the October Pediatrics.
And, of course, it could be extremely beneficial as a sweetener for those who keep an eye on their weight.