Sugar Substitutes

Isomaltose sugar, pullulan and more chemical or plant-based alternatives

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  3. ANHYDROUS LACTOSE
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  4. ISOMALT
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FAQs about Sugar Substitutes for Food


What are sugar replacers?

Here you will find substitutes for sugar that are manufactured artificially. These products are characterized by providing little or no calories. Unlike the other additives in our Sweeteners section, these are not plant-sourced. these are not organic.

What kind of sugar replacers can I find in mySibi?

In mySibi you find suppliers from all over the world, so the variety of these products is high. Find on our site artificial sweeteners such as acacia syrup, acesulfame, lactose anhydrous and more.

What is acacia syrup?

This product, also known as carob syrup, is a derivative of this plant used as a natural sweetener to substitute for sugar. This product can bring health benefits such as improving intestinal function, helps treat lung diseases, lowers cholesterol, helps the body eliminate heavy metals, speeds up metabolism, among others.

What is isomalt sugar?

This natural calorie-free sweetener can be found as acesulfame or as acesulfame-k (This is due to the use of potassium in its preparation). It has the ability to be between 130 to 200 times sweeter than sucrose. It is quite stable, which allows it to be used in high temperatures. It is also not assimilated by the human body, which is why it is suitable for diabetics as it is completely excreted in the urine.

What is anhydrous lactose used for?

These ingredients are used in the food industry to improve the product's viscosity as well as its texture, without overly sweetening the product. Another application is the coating of ice cream.