- Maltitol obtained from plants can be used in the kitchen instead of sugar. Its taste and degree of sweetness can be compared to cane sugar. Its advantage is lower calorific value.
Maltitol - 100%.
Nutritional value in 100g of the product: energy value - 240kcal / 1005kJ, fat - 0g, carbohydrates - 98g, including: sugars - 0g, starch - 0g, polyhydric alcohols - 98g, protein - 0g.
In terms of chemical composition, maltitol belongs to the group of polyols, i.e. sugar alcohols. The same group also includes xylitol. It is fully natural, does not contain any artificial additives. Maltitol properties do not change during thermal processing. It is worth converting white sugar into maltitol, as it does not increase the risk of caries.
Maltitol recommended for use instead of sugar. It can be used by diabetics.
May contain traces of nuts. Excessive intake can cause a laxative effect. Store the product in a dry place, out of reach of children. Close the packaging tightly.
Directions for use:
Use like cane sugar - for cooking, baking and sweetening.
Net weight: 500g