Sucrasin Sweetener

Marnys Sucrasin Sweetener

Sucrasin Sweetener

Sucralose, the calorie-free sugar

Sucralose, the calorie-free sugar. Table-top energy-free sweetener, obtained from sugar.

MN627 - Sucrasin Sweetener

Sucralose, the calorie-free sugar. Table-top energy-free sweetener, obtained from sugar.

MARNYS® SUCRASIN Sweetener is a table-top sweetener derived from Sucralose.

  • Sucralose is an energy-free sweetener, obtained from sugar.
  • It's 600 times more concentrated than sugar.
  • Highly heat-stable, meaning it is great for cooking at high temperatures.

Its liquid format means it dissolves quickly.

INGREDIENTS

Water, vegetable glycerin, sucralose, preservative, acidity regulator.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Do not exceed the recommended dose.
 

HOW TO USE

Add four to five drops to your taste.

PRESENTATION

65 ml dropper bottle

BUY ONLINE

3.65 €
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