Crystalline Fructose

43% of our population is either overweight or obese.
Are you getting worried?

Introducing Fine Foods Crystalline Fructose!!
A breakthrough product for healthy living.

Crystalline fructose (a.k.a. fruit sugar) is a naturally occurring sweetening substance. It is naturally found in fruits, vegetables and honey.

Crystalline Fructose has very interesting properties. It is sweeter than normal sugar. It is low in GI, needs lower blood glucose response and does not induce the secretion of insulin, hence it is suitable for diabetic. Crystalline Fructose is also perfect for better dietary management. This is an “all in one” healthy sweetener for you and me!

Now you can enjoy your favorite drinks and foods with less sugar and less worries. Crystalline Fructose is always the first and ideal choice for ALL.

Net Weight: 500g

What is So Special about Our Crystalline Fructose?

  • Pure & Natural
    Crystalline Fructose is known as a pure and natural sweetener. In comparison with artificial sweeteners, it gives natural sweetness without any worries.
  • Taste Great
    Crystalline Fructose tastes like normal sugar. It does not carry any unpleasant aftertaste.
  • Low GI, Suitable for Diabetics
    Crystalline Fructose has the lowest Glycemic Index (GI) compared to other natural sweeteners. The average GI value is 19, making it a healthier and better choice for all and diabetic.
  • Lower Calories
    Crystalline Fructose is up to 80% sweeter than normal sugar. Therefore, we encourage lower consumption.“Lower Consumption = Lower Calories”
  • Ideal for Weight Watchers
    Crystalline Fructose has a greater thermogenic capacity, which means it burns more internal energy. Higher energy spending, sweeter properties and low GI speak in favor of Crystalline Fructose as a valuable carbohydrate for dietary management.
  • Suitable for ALL!! and we mean it…
    With Crystalline Fructose, now EVERYONE can enjoy ALL beverages, foods, cakes, cookies and many more ……

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