Senomyx's S9632 sucrose modifier was granted a Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) regulatory designation during the third quarter of 2012. Like the S6973 sucrose modifier, S9632 can be used to restore the desired taste profile of products in which sucrose has been reduced; however, S9632 is applicable for a broader range of non-alcoholic beverages that includes powdered and concentrated beverages, along with ready-to-drink and powdered forms of dairy, coffee and tea products. The Company's partner has exclusive rights during their "period of exclusivity" to commercialize S9632 for food applications and shares co-exclusive rights with Senomyx for powdered beverages.
S2383 can be used to restore the desired taste profile of products in which sucralose, a commonly used high-intensity sweetener, has been reduced. Senomyx's partner is currently commercializing S2383 for use in all food and beverage product categories. Products that contain S2383 are being marketed in North America and Latin America. Follow-on launches are being planned by manufacturers that currently use S2383 in their products, and additional product development work for potential usage of S2383 in a variety of products is underway.
Savory Taste Program:
Senomyx's Savory Flavors are intended to reduce or replace added monosodium glutamate (MSG) in foods. Each of
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