Erythritol is found in pears, plums, and fermented foods. It can also be made from corn.
Steviol glycosides, found in stevia plants, have been used in South America for hundreds of years. These can also be produced by fermenting cane sugar.
Soluble corn fiber helps provide our creamy texture and sweetness.
Monk fruit is a small, green gourd that resembles a melon. First used by Buddhist monks in the 13th century.
Also known as Xylitol, Birch Sugar is found in fruits and vegetables and is produced in small amounts by our bodies every day. It can also be made from rice.
Allulose is a rare sweetener found in figs and raisins, of which only a tiny amount is metabolized by the body. It can also be made from corn.
A whole pint of Nick's has as many calories as one single scoop of full fat ice cream. Really.
Just because our sweeteners don't pack on the calories, doesn't mean they're not sweet and delicious.
Swedish-style ice cream is the exciting creamy treat that your blood sugar thinks is actually pretty boring.
If you hate carbs and love doing math, you're going to love Swedish-style. Only 4-7 net carbs per serving!
2In-house Food Scientists