Huletts Equisweet Stevia range
Apr 15th 2014, 11:37
Huletts Equisweet with Stevia Plant offers consumers that are seeking balanced lifestyle choices an alternative to enjoy all of the sweetness with none of the guilt.
Stevia is a generic term for a non-nutritive low-kilojoule sweetener derived from the Stevia Rebaudiana Plant that is native to South America. The Stevia Plant has been used for many years as an aspartame-free sugar alternative ingredient in many products around the world.
Huletts Equisweet with Stevia Rebaudiana Plant Extract is made from the finest quality extract of the Stevia plant. It is heat stable, retaining its sweetness when exposed to high temperatures, which makes it the perfect sugar substitute in teas, coffee, cold beverages, cooking and baking.
Huletts Equisweet with Stevia Plant Extract is available in 2 SKUs, a handy 100s Tablet Dispenser that is specially designed for easy dispensing and compact enough to take anywhere and an environmentally friendly 100’s Sachet carton that has a flip top lid with a unique closing lock system for convenient use and storage.
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