Steviamar

Sweet Stevia

Natural Stevia-based sweetener.

MN630 - Steviamar

MARNYS® STEVIAMAR is a table-top sweetener derived from 100% natural and Non-GMO Stevia.

Stevia became popular in Japan in the mid-twentieth century and it has been the most common sweetener for more than 20 years. It is completely free from sugar and contains more than 97% Rebaudioside A. Stevia sweetener is 300 times greater than sugar.

INGREDIENTS

Sweetener: Steviol glycosides (Rebaudioside A minimum 97%), L-leucine, disintegrant: croscarmellose and thinners: dextrose and microcrystalline cellulose.

 

HOW TO USE

One tablet is the same as a heaped teaspoon of sugar.

PRESENTATION

300 tablets

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6.80 €
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