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Sugarfree Natura made using Sucralose which is a derivative of Sugar. Sucralose tastes like Sugar, but doesn't contain the same amount of calories. Thus, it allows you to enjoy the sweet flavour of sugar without having to worry about gaining excess calories. • Ideal for cooking and baking: Sucralose is highly heated stable, which means you can cook and bake with it without any loss in sweetness. It can be used for making a wide variety of preparations- hot and cold beverages, mithais, desserts, cakes etc. It is ideal for fitness seekers, weight-conscious & diabetics. 1 pellet is equivalent in sweetness to 1 teaspoon of Sugar.
What's included ?
QTY - 1 Pack of Low Calorie Sweetener, 100 Pellets
Bulking Agent-Lactose Sweetener - Sucralose Dispersing Agent - Microcrystalline Cellulose Stabiliser - Pregelatinized starch, Anticaking Agent- Magnesium stearate, Stabilizer- Polyvinyl pyrrolidone
How to Use
Made with sucralose, a derivative of sugar, Sugar Free Natura tastes like sugar but has lesser calories. Sucralose is a highly heat stable compound making it preserve its sweetness despite being used in cooking and baking. Sugar Free Natura Diet Powder can be used for making desserts, cakes, Indian sweets and beverages, both hot and cold. It is an ideal sugar substitute for weight-watchers and diabetics. Sugar Free Natura has negligible calories which are helpful for health-conscious people.
Shelf Life - 24 months from the manufacturing date
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Manufacturer & Marketed Details - Zydus Wellness Products Ltd.
near Mamring Power House, Mamring, South Sikkim-737132,India.
FSSAI NO: 10012035000021
Customer Care details - 18001206868
Glocal Services Pvt Ltd
A9, 1st Floor, FIEE Complex, Okhla Industrial Area Phase II Delhi-110020.
Country of Origin - India
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