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Skoopz Natural Sweetener- 100 packets

Tastes Like Sugar.

The unique blend of all-natural ingredients found in skoopz deliver the same taste, look, and feel of sugar because skoopz is a blend of all-natural sugars found in fruits, grains, and herbs.

For people who do not want to use an artificial sweetener, this is a great choice.


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skoopz natural sweetener ingredients



Erythritol is a naturally occurring sugar found in a variety of foods, including melons and grapes. It has 60-70% of the sweetness of table. Erythritol is easily digested and does not affect blood sugar levels, making it safe for consumption by people with diabetes.


Maltitol is a naturally occurring sugar with 75-90% of the sweetness of sucrose. It has half the calories of table sugar and does not promote tooth decay.


Maltodextrin gives skoopz the natural feel of sugar. skoopz uses a proprietary blend which is easily digestible.


Stevia is an extract from the Stevia Rebaudiana plant, a shrub which grows wild in parts of South America, where it is known as the “sweet herb.” The leaves of the plant have been used to sweeten local beverages and medicines for over 1,500 years. skoopz uses the purest stevia extract available, eliminating as much as 97% of the bitterness which naturally occurs in the stevia leaf.


Xylitol is a naturally occurring sugar which is as sweet as sucrose but with only one-third the calories. It is found in a wide variety of food items, including berries, oats, mushrooms, and sugarcane. Studies have shown xylitol helps reduce the incidence of cavities. Like erythritol, xylitol does not affect blood sugar levels and is safe for consumption by people with diabetes.


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