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Sweet Freedom introduce natural sweetener made from fruit

By Becky Paskin , 12-Nov-2009

Sweet Freedom is made only from grapes, apples and carob

Sweet Freedom is made only from grapes, apples and carob

Sweet Freedom, the first natural sweetener made 100 per cent from fruit, is now available to caterers as an ingredient


Available in two versions, Sweet Freedom is a natural, low-GL (Glycaemic Load) sweetener made only from apples, grapes and carob. The sweetener version has a neutral, sugar-like taste while the syrup version is darker and has a richer, molasses-like flavour.


With 25 per cent fewer calories than sugar, the sweeteners can be used as a healthy and vegan-friendly substitute for sugar, honey and syrups in a range of recipes and drinks, and are currently used by Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons.


Sweet Freedom is available in pourable 5 litre bottles and 20 litre tubs for caterers. For more information and other stockists, visit the company’s website.

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