70% Sugar Free Dark Chocolate With Sour Cherry Crunch

Code
00402100000431
Size:50g
R19.95
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Overview

  • Suitable for vegans
  • Suitable for diabetics
  • Suitable for those following a Banting, or low carb lifestyle

Description

These Sugar-Free 70% Dark chocolates with Sour Cherry Crunch from Caring Candies are free from all 'Nasty Stuff', which means no sugars, no artificial sweeteners, no artificial colourants, no artificial flavourants, no preservatives, no dairy, no eggs, no gluten, no tree nuts, no peanuts, no soy, no yeast, no MSG, no Tartrazine. They are LOW in Nett or Glycaemic Carbs, are Tooth-Friendly, Kosher Pareve, And Halaal Certified. Suitable for Vegans, Diabetics, those with ADD/ADHD, the Health Conscious, and those following a Banting, or low carb lifestyle.

Ingredients

Cocoa Mass, Maltitol (powdered)*, Sunflower Lecithin, Natural Vanilla Flavouring, Isomalt, Malic Acid, Citric Acid, Cherry Flavouring, Natural Colourant. Allergens: None. *Maltitol is a natural sugar-free sugar substitute, which is very low in glycaemic carbs, it's tooth-friendly, and is ideal for diabetics or those following a low carb lifestyle. Please note that maltitol comes in two variants - maltitol syrup, which has a high gi, and maltitol powder, which has a low gi. Caring Candies naturally use the powdered maltitol with the lowest gi.

Warnings

Excessive consumption may have a laxative effect. We recommend no more than 50g to be consumed per day.

Directions

Opened & unopened product to be stored in a cool dry place away from any warmth.

Dietary Summary

  • Dairy Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Suitable For Vegan
  • Kosher
  • Halaal
  • Paleo
 

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