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Still only $3.50 each suggested retail price
Now available in bar form instead of chips
available in the following flavors:
Anis - Blueberry - Blackberry - Butterscotch
Chocolate - Cinnamon - Green Apple - Guava - Grape
Lemon - Licorice - Mango - Maple -
Orange - Peppermint - Pear - Pink Grapefruit
Root Beer - Rose Water - Strawberry
Custom flavours are available
wholesale pricing is available to retailers - please email for pricing
Most flavors have the same nutritional values
- Made with birch wood xylitol
- Does NOT impact insulin levels
- Strengthens teeth
- Reduces new tooth decay
- Reduces cavity-causing bacteria
- Inhibits growth of dental plaque
- Stimulates saliva flow
- Contains zero net effective carbs
- Delicious and satisfying
Xylitol is approved as a Natural Sweetener
One teaspoon of xylitol contains 40% fewer calories than sugar - Glycemic index of 7
Xylitol is a polyol, a sugar alcohol.
It is all natural, safe for diabetics and has many health benefits.
We only use natural birch bark Xylitol - we do NOT add isomalt or aspartame to our candy
Xylitol is a good-tasting bulk sweetener which is reduced in calories and dentally safe. Discovered in 1891, xylitol has been used as a sweetening agent in human food since the 1960s. It has gained widespread acceptance as an alternative sweetener due to its role in reducing the development of dental caries (cavities).
Xylitol occurs naturally in many fruits and vegetables and is even produced by the human body during normal metabolism. Produced commercially from plants such as birch and other hard wood trees and fibrous vegetation, xylitol has the same sweetness and bulk as sucrose with one-third fewer calories and no unpleasant aftertaste. It quickly dissolves and produces a cooling sensation in the mouth.
Xylitol is currently approved for use in foods, pharmaceuticals and oral health products around the world. Xylitol is used in foods such as chewing gum, gum drops and hard candy, and in pharmaceuticals and oral health products such as throat lozenges, cough syrups, children’s chewable multivitamins, toothpastes and mouthwashes. In the United States, xylitol is approved as a direct food additive for use in foods for special dietary uses.
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