Erythritol is a sugar alcohol that has been approved for use as a
food additive in the United States and throughout much of the
world. Erythritol occurs naturally in some fruits and fermented
foods. At the industrial level, it is produced from glucose by
fermentation with yeast. Erythritol is powder with a transparent
white brilliant appearance. It is 6070% as sweet as table sugar.
The United States and Japan label Erythritol as zero-calorie, while
European Union label it as 0.24 kcal/g.
Clean, sweet taste similar to sugar with no aftertaste
Attractive cooling effect
Superior digestive tolerance
Does not raise blood glucose or insulin levels
Suitable for people with diabetes because it does not raise blood
glucose or insulin levels.
Sugar-free gum, soft drink, jelly, ice-cream,
Baking and roasting foods, cakes, dairy produce, chocolate,
All kinds candies, dessert etc.
Food items for diabetics
Stevia sweeteners contain Erythritol
Monk Fruit sweeteners contain Erythritol
|Product name||Erythritol with stevia 10 times sweetness|
|Appearance||White crystalline particle|