Sweeten Your Product

The winds of change are blowing. The days of Refined Sugar and High Fructose Corn Syrup are numbered. Consumers are becoming more and more concerned about health and weight control. So how do you sweeten up a product and address these trends? We’ve got the answers here.

Natural Alternatives


Organic Sweeteners Natural Sweeteners
Fairt Trade Sweeteners

Evaporated Cane Juice

The “first crystallization” of the cane produces a sugar rich in flavor that is 50% less processed than typical refined sugar. Learn more >

Organic Evaporated Cane Juice

The organic certified version of the above. Available in crystalline, syrup and powdered forms. Learn Learn more >

Organic Molasses

A wonderfully flavorful sweetener available in Lite and Blackstrap. Learn more >

Sucanat

The most minimally processed sugar available. Sold in both natural and organic forms. Learn more >

Organic Brown Sugar

Both light and dark forms available. Learn more >


Low Calorie Sweeteners


Xylitol

Xylitol

A naturally occurring polyol that has 40% less calories than sugar. Learn more >
Erythritol

Erythritol

Tastes and looks like sugar but has no sugar, no calories, no aftertaste, and no artificial ingredients. And that’s not all – it’s also available in Organic. Learn more >


Stevia

Stevia Leaf Extract

Natural, zero-calorie sweetener made from rebiana, the best-tasting part of the stevia leaf. This delicious alternative is 250 times sweeter than sugar! Learn more >


Lactitol

Derived from milk sugar, Lactitol is an appropriate ingredient in the production of diabetic foods. Please contact us to learn more.