What is Organic Allulose Powder?
Organic Allulose, a rare naturally occurring sugar, is found in trace amounts in various fruits. Commercially, allulose is produced by enzymatically converting corn, sugar beet, and other carbohydrates. Also known as psicose, and D-allulose.
Allulose is classified as a “rare sugar” because it is a natural sweeter present in only a few foods. It is a white powder with 70% of the sweetness of sugar. The caloric value of Allulose in humans is about 0.2 to 0.4 kcal/g or about 5% of the calories of sugar. It also provides some health benefits.
Our Allulose has no peculiar smell, is impurity-free, and resembles sucrose in taste, texture, and function. Available in USDA Organic and EU organic. We also provide other natural sugar substitutes, such as organic erythritol, organic xylitol, organic trehalose, please contact us for purchase.
|Product name||Organic Allulose powder|
|Appearance||White crystal powder or white powder|
|Taste||Sweet, no odor|
|Allulose content(on dry basis),%||≥98.5|
|Total Aerobic Count(CFU/g)||≤1000|
|Mould and Yeast(CFU/g)||≤25|
In terms of nutrition, psicose as a low-calorie sweetener only provides 0.2 kcal/g calories. It can be absorbed by the body but does not participate in metabolism and is completely excreted through urine. This is why it is called the healthiest low-calorie sweetener.
Application & Functions
The powdered allulose is widely used in all kinds of food. It is able to replace the common sugar.
Protect the nerve tissue.
Low blood glucose response, inhibition of blood glucose, and fat increase.