Sugar substitute & Sweetener

Plant sugar substitutes generally refer to plant sugar substitutes that are non-sucrose and contain no calories or have fewer calories than sucrose. They are usually extracted from plants. It has a sweetness similar to or much higher than sugar.

The sugar substitutes we provide are erythritol, xylitol, maltitol, crystalline fructose, glucose, trehalose, allulose, L-arabinose, Luo Han Guo extract, stevia extract, thaumatin, and Other blend sweeteners.

  • organic dextrose powder

    Organic Dextrose Powder

    Plant Starch & Sugar

    Other Name: Organic dextrose monohydrate, Organic glucose syrup powder
    Appearance: White Powder
    Other Form: Syrup, Granule
    Ingredients: corn

  • organic erythritol

    Organic Erythritol

    Sugar substitute & Sweetener

    Appearance: White Crystalline Powder Or Particles
    Other Name:  Erythritol sweetener, Erythritol sugar, Erythritol powder
    Origin Of Plant: China (Mainland)
    Ingredient: Corn

  • Organic Stevia Extract

    Organic Stevia Extract

    Sugar substitute & Sweetener

    Specification: RA 60-99%, Stevioside 60-99%
    Appearance: White Fine Powder
    Use Part: Leaves
    Mesh Size: 80 Mesh
    Test Method: UV, HPLC
    Other Form: Whole, Cuts, Powder

  • organic monk fruit extract powder

    Organic Monk Fruit Sweetener

    Sugar substitute & Sweetener

    Other names: Luo Han Guo Extract
    Specifications: Mogroside V 20% -98%
    Appearance: Light yellow to a white fine powder
    Application: Natural sweetener, Sugar substitute
    Ingredients: Fresh monk fruit

  • Organic Xylitol

    Organic Xylitol

    Plant Starch & Sugar

    Other names: organic xylitol sweetener, XYLIT, XYLITE, D-XYLITOL
    Appearance: White Powder
    Grade: Food Garde
    Products Available: Organic and Conventional Xylitol

  • Crystalline fructose

    Organic Crystalline fructose

    Plant Starch & Sugar

    CAS No.: 57-48-7
    Other Names: FRUCTOSE
    MF: C6H12O6

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