3 Organic Sweetener: Stevia Zylilol Agave Nectar
USA Organically grown barley, sprouted, kiln roasted, and cooked - an ancient process using only the grain's own enzymes created in the sprouting process, and the knowledge and care of artisan maltsters. A clean tasting, 'slow burning' source of complex carbohydrate. A more intelligent sweetener.
If you've ever tasted stevia, you know it's extremely sweet. In fact, this remarkable noncaloric herb, native to Paraguay, has been used as a sweetener and flavor enhancer for centuries. But this innocuous-looking plant has also been a focal point of intrigue in the United States in recent years because of actions by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Xylitol is a wood sugar that is a white, crystalline, natural carbohydrate, and in the last century was given the name xylitol to clearly distinguish it not only from other natural sugars, but likewise from synthetic sweeteners too. The Finnish name for it is "koivusokeri", which means birch sugar, because the best way to harvest xylitol in volume is from birch trees. Xylitol comes from renewable resources in keeping with modern global ecological standards.
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