Saturday, January 5, 2008

Product review: Sweetzfree

According to its website: "Sweetzfree is a clear liquid syrup base, highly concentrated, and made solely from 100% pure sucralose in a purified water concentrate. It dissolves fully and instantly in any food or beverage. It is so highly concentrated that you use very little. Sweetzfree can be used in cooking, baking, desserts, beverages, or anywhere else you use sugar or other sweet flavouring substances. Sweetzfree, no matter how much you use, or how sweet you make things, adds absolutely NO calories, NO carbs, and NO Maltodextrin fillers, or anything else to your sweet creations other than a totally naturally sweet taste!" (Spelling errors corrected by me.)

I bought myself a 4-oz bottle of Sweetzfree and absolutely love it! With zero carbs and super concentrated, it goes a long way in making your favourite low-carb goodies.

Despite the atrocious (!!) spelling on the website, this really is a good product and I will continue to order it. One of its downsides was that it was only available at certain times because of a shortage of sucralose, but that apparently has been corrected because it's now available 24/7 via online as of December 31, 2007.

One 4-oz bottle is equal to 96 cups of sugar and costs $64 US, while a 2-oz bottle costs $34 US and a 1-oz bottle is $18 US. Click on the photo for a larger version.

3 comments:

Big Daddy D said...

This is awesome stuff.... none of the maltadextrine found in Splenda!

Brian Cormier said...

Totally agree! I love the stuff and will definitely not be without it from now on. I use it all the time. And the sweetness of this is very nice.

X said...

Spelling errors haha!
This company ahfni.com sells the same thing sucralose but much cheaper. (Haven't seen a typo so far)
They call it "quick sweet." Quick sweet or sweetzfree, we know these are just generic Splenda.