Winning: Your chocolate bar to taste just as sweet, with 40% less sugar

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The scientists working behind the scenes at Nestle to satisfy your sweet tooth have made a scientific breakthrough.

Research scientists for the Swiss chocolate maker say they’ve found a way to structure sugar differently, meaning they can use up to 40 percent less sugar in chocolate and you will still think it tastes just as sweet.

On the left regular sugar crystals dissolve in water, while on the right Nestle's sugar structure dissolve in water much faster.

On the left regular sugar crystals dissolve in water, while on the right Nestle’s sugar structure dissolve in water much faster.

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The candy maker behind Kit Kat bars, Butterfingers, Rolos and the classic Oh Henry! bars says while using only natural ingredients they discovered a new way to structure sugar so it dissolves faster. The faster sugar dissolves in your mouth the more sweetness you taste, but you’re eating less actual sugar.  Read more…

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