Sweeteners are food additives to add sweetness to food products and beverages. There are natural sweeteners
and synthetic sweeteners. Natural sweeteners are usually obtained from sugarcane, sugar palm, or coconut. Can also
be obtained from processing polysaccharides. Synthetic sweeteners are made from chemical reactions of several
ingredients that produce a sweet taste, usually a high level of sweetness compared to sugar. Different from natural
high-calorie sweeteners, synthetic sweeteners do not contain calories, so many are recommended for use
in low-calorie diets. In addition, the use in the food and beverage industry cuts costs because it makes
it more economical.