Polyol Sweeteners

Polyol Sweeteners also called sugar alcohol. It is a  low caloric and low glycemic sugar replacers.  These sugar alcohol or polyol can be produced from Corn, Tapioca starch. Polyol has been wide used as sugar replacer in Food, nutraceutical and Pharmaceutical product. We offer a wide range of sugar alcohol, 1) Maltitol syrup, crystalline and powder 2) Xylitol, fine powder, granular, DC version 3) Erythritol, we offer fine powder, granular as well as USD certified organic 4) Allulose 5) Sorbitol and etc


Allulose is classified as a "rare sugar" because it is a natural sweeter present in only a few foods. It is a white powder with 70% of the sweetness of sugar. The caloric value of Allulose in humans is about 0.2 to 0.4 kcal/g, or about 5% of the calories of sugar. It also provides some health

Organic Erythritol


Erythritol is a natural sweeter found in fruits and fermented foods. Our Erythritol is produced by fermentation from corn. It has a Zero Glycemic Index, which means no affect on blood sugar and insulin levels – and near zero caloric value. It may inhibit cavities. Our Erythritol is

Natural Xylitol


Xylitol (CAS:87-99-0) is a naturally-occurring sweetener, Chemical composition is a 5-Carbon Polyol. It was often used as sugar substitute. It can be found, for instance, in berries, fruit, vegetables and mushrooms.  In human body, liver can produce 5 to 15 g of xylitol daily as intermediate of



Sorbitol is a sugar substitute found in the fibers of many fruits and vegetables. It is also produced by the human body. It is widely used as a replacement for corn syrups. Sorbitol is absorbed more slowly than sugar, which may play a small role in the prevention and management of


Maltitol is a low-calorie artificial sweetener. It is a carbohydrate. A sugar alcohol made of glucose and sorbitol. Maltitol does not promote dental cavities and has a low glycemic index, making it a diabetic-friendly food ingredient. Zero Gylcemic index, which means no affect on blood sugar

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