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SAIBSpecial Airworthiness Information Bulletin (US FAA)
SAIBSaudi Investment Bank (Saudi Arabia)
SAIBSucrose Acetate Isobutyrate
SAIBSociedad Argentina de Investigación Bioquímica
SAIBSoftware Advertising International Business, LLC (Hollywood, FL, USA)
SAIBStudents of the Arts Institute at Bournemouth
SAIBSociete Anonyme d'Applications Industielles du Bois
SAIBSmall Arms Integration Booklet (US Army)
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The sucrose acetate isobutyrate used in SABER is supplied by Eastman Chemical Company which holds an equity position in Southern BioSystems.
It's sucrose acetate isobutyrate (SAIB), a weighting agent that has been used in beverages produced in Asia and Europe for a quarter-century, but which just received FDA in June 1999.
Coca-Cola has said it would start using sucrose acetate isobutyrate or glycerol ester of rosin, which is commonly found in chewing gum.