Natural sweeteners that are better for you than refined sugar and artificial sweeteners.

Check out our range of natural sweeteners such as coconut sugar, stevia and xylitol today!

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Organic Coconut Sugar

$6.50$19.95

Sustainably Sweet is our brand, and tastes like raw or brown sugar, only better !! This sun-kissed sweetener is the crystallized nectar of the tropical coconut palm tree blossom, harvested high in the swaying canopy by traditional farmers, then evaporated and crushed into a unique, unbleached, not-too-sweet sugar alternative. So go ahead, indulge that sweet tooth!!

Premium Stevia Extract

$12.95$62.95

Stevia is the sweetener of the future; Processed forms of pure Stevia can be 70 – 400 times sweeter than sugar. Whether these products are called Stevia, Stevioside, Stevia Extract, or Stevia Concentrate, if they are in their pure form, they do not adversely affect blood glucose levels and may be used freely by both diabetics and hypoglycaemics.

Stevia Liquid Concentrate

$7.70$31.85

Stevia is one of the most beneficial plants on earth. What whole leaf Stevia does both inside the body and on the skin is incredible. Native to Paraguay, it is a small green plant bearing leaves which have a delicious and refreshing taste, which can be 30 times sweeter than sugar. Besides the intensely sweet glycosides, (Steviosides, Rebaudiosides and Dulcosides are 250 – 400 times sweeter than sugar) for which Stevia is renowned, it is remarkably nutritious.

Stevia Pure Extract

$8.95$280.95

Stevia is one of the most beneficial plants on earth. What whole leaf Stevia does both inside the body and on the skin is incredible. Native to Paraguay, it is a small green plant bearing leaves which have a delicious and refreshing taste, which can be 30 times sweeter than sugar. Besides the intensely sweet glycosides, (Steviosides, Rebaudiosides and Dulcosides are 250 – 400 times sweeter than sugar) for which Stevia is renowned, it is remarkably nutritious.

Xylitol

$11.95$33.62

Pure xylitol is a white crystalline substance that looks and tastes like sugar. On food labels, xylitol is classified broadly as a carbohydrate and more narrowly as a polyol. Because xylitol is only slowly absorbed and partially utilized, a reduced calorie claim is allowed: 2.4 calories per gram or 40% less than other carbohydrates.