Who knew fiber and sugar could taste so good together? Well…no one actually, until one determined dad dedicated his life to finding a way to reduce his kids’ sugar intake without forcing them to give up that sweet taste they love.
Dad, a food product developer by trade, knew that that if he cut the sugar in half, he’d have to replace it with something else. For decades, the food industry’s answer to this dilemma was artificial sweeteners – man-made chemicals with Frankenstein-ish names like “saccharin,” “aspertame” and “sucralose” that don’t exist in nature and are far more toxic than natural sugar.
His Eureka! moment arrived while cutting an apple for his kids. An apple…packed with fiber, a natural carb-blocker that can help lower cholesterol and glucose levels and is essential to digestive health. He could give them the taste they love, combined with a natural substance that actually blocked the body’s intake of sugar. His kids, acting as official taste-testers, confirmed his discovery with, “Dad, this tastes great!” At that moment, he knew he had to share it with the world.
Sugar 2.0 is simply better sugar. Sugar 2.0 is 50% less sugar, 1/3 less calories than regular sugar with the benefits of soluble fiber. Combined with the delicious sweet taste of real cane sugar, now you can have your cake and eat it too!
Sugar 2.0 is made with granulated non-GMO real cane sugar. Sugar 2.0 was created to replace the white table sugar you have grown to love. Sugar 2.0 is a 1:1 replacement to traditional sugar. Use it in your coffee and tea. Great for baking, cooking, soups, and marinades.
To retain freshness and avoid clumping, Sugar 2.0 is best stored in a closed container away from heat and moisture. Moisture and excessive heat makes Sugar 2.0 hard and lumpy. Although it is safe to use, once this happens, there is no way to restore it.
Serv Size: 1 Tsp (4g), Amount Per Serving: Calories 10, Total Fat 0g (0% DV), Sodium 0mg (0% DV), Total Carbohydrate 4g (1% DV), Dietary Fiber 2g (8%DV), Sugars 2g, Protein 0g, Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
FiberSucré prebiotic soluble fiber and cane sugar.