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Cut sugar content with Sweet’N Low Stevia for Chefs



To help foodservice operators reduce both the calorie and sugar content of their dishes, Dietary Foods has introduced Sweet’N Low Stevia for Chefs.


When used in recipes where sugar is solely required for sweetening, such as custard, caterers can simply replace the sugar content with Stevia at a 10:1 ratio to reduce the calorie content by a massive 90%. Where the recipe is using the sugar for more than simply sweetening, operators can reduce the sugar content by 50%, giving a 45% reduction in calories.

When used at a ratio of 10:1, Stevia for Chefs is said to compare extremely favourably to traditional sugar from a cost standpoint.

Stevia for Chefs is available in an easy to open and close, reusable 1kg PET tub.
Dietary Foods 01353 720791 www.dietaryfoods.co.uk

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