Sweet Freedom Fruit Syrup Dark 350g
Award winning SWEET FREEDOM is the everyday sweetness staple that's revolutionising the UK's kitchens. With 25% fewer calories and a low GI, it gives you all the taste and versatility of sugar, with none of the highs and lows.
- 25% fewer calories (than sugar);
- Use 25% less (gram for gram);
- Diabetics (as part of a healthy diet);
- Low GL (glycaemic load);
- GM & gluten free;
- Low in fructose;
- No need to refrigerate;
- Made in UK;
- Suitable for vegans.
Join the Revolution. Natural sweetness 100% from fruit.
And because it's made only from fruit, it's naturally better for you than artificial alternatives.
The Dark version is richer than the Original - ideal for drizzling on toast or porridge and all kinds of baking and cooking. So why not clear out those tatty sugar bags and sticky syrup jars and experience Sweet Freedom.
You can store Sweet Freedom at room temperature, no need to refrigerate - we keep ours on the kitchen worktop - nice and handy.
You can use 25 - 50% less gram for gram than you would sugar so a little goes a long way. In baking we recommend a maximum oven temperature of 180 degrees Centigrade.
You will find the top down, squeezy 'always ready to go' bottle a pleasure to use and the drip free cap means no mess, stickiness or annoying drips...it's squeezy heaven.
Preparation and Usage
You can use 25 – 50% less gram for gram than you would sugar so a little goes a long way. In baking we recommend a maximum oven temperature of 180 degrees Centigrade.
You will find the top down, squeezy 'always ready to go' bottle a pleasure to use and the drip free cap means no mess, stickiness or annoying drips ... it's squeezy heaven.
Country of Origin
Country of Packing
Diet Freedom Ltd,
Allergens can be found in the ingredients list
Free From Gluten
Allergy Advice: For allergens see highlighted ingredients
Syrup made from Natural Fruit Extracts (Apples, Grapes & Carob).
Suitable for Diabetics; Suitable for Vegans
|Typical Values||Per 100g||per 4.6g tsp|
|of which sugars*||66||3|
|of which polyols*||8||0.4|
|of which starch||0||0|
|* naturally occurring from fruits|