Crystalline sweetener with stevia

The ideal sugar substitute: steviapuraPlus Streusüße Granules

The Stevia scattered sweetness full of possibilities

The steviapuraPlus sweetness spread is ideal for a calorie-conscious diet and can be used almost as versatilely as sugar when cooking or baking. Looks like sugar, is easy to dose and tastes like sugar. The healthy sugar alternative steviapuraPlus Streusüße combines many advantages over sucrose. Looks like sugar, is easy to dose and tastes like sugar. The healthy sugar alternative steviapuraPlus Streusüsse combines many advantages over sucrose.

Consuming large amounts of sugar is often the cause of obesity and favours a multitude of possible secondary diseases. Stevia Granulat steviapuraPlus is the healthy alternative to reduce sugar consumption. Stevia granules have a crystalline structure like sugar and consist of the natural sugar alcohol erythritol and the steviol glycosides/rebaudioside A-97%, which are obtained from the Stevia rebaudiana plant.

Use and Dosage of Stevia Sweeteners as Sweeteners

The use of Stevia steviapuraPlus Sweetener is very simple. So you can save many calories with Stevia streusüsse as a sugar alternative and do not have to do without sweets.

Sweeten without remorse. Enjoy the healthy sugar alternative, the Stevia sweetener for sweet toothers and all those who like sweets. The sweetness of a teaspoon steviapuraPlus Sweetener has the same volume and sweetness as a teaspoon sugar is very easy to use. The Stevia granules are very light in dosage and use, the sweetening power is 1 to 1 like sugar. It is very easy to dose and when baking and cooking with the Stevia Sweetener it simply replaces the amount of sugar 1 to 1 in recipes.

The special recipe of steviapuraPlus Sweetener ensures that it can be used in many different ways in the kitchen and is ideally suited for many cooking and baking recipes. The Stevia Sweetener Granules can be used in many different ways. Ideal for low-calorie sweetening, cooking and baking. Simply replace conventional sugars and sweeteners with sweeteners of Stevia Sweetener from the Stevia rebaudiana plant. Desserts, ice cream, yoghurt, jam, milk shakes, muesli, fruit salad and pudding can be sweetened and refined and at the same time many calories can be saved.

Stevia Sweetener offers a pleasant sweetness without the calories of sugar. Because instead of the approx. 16 kcal of a teaspoon of sugar, the same amount of steviapuraPlus Sweetener has no calories. Diabetics appreciate the sweetener from the Stevia plant which is approved in the EU, which is Stevia insulin neutral and also tooth-friendly. Enjoy the calorie-free Stevia sweetness, the sugar substitute, which supports you with a health-conscious nutrition. Sweeteners with steviol glycosides from the stevia plant have the advantage that they are low in calories and tooth-friendly compared to sugar. Diabetics in particular sweeten with it because Stevia is insulin-neutral, does not affect the blood sugar level and has a glycaemic index of 0.

         Product features:

  •     with Steviolglykosiden/Rebaudiosid-A-97% from the Stevia plant
  •     low in calories
  •     ideal for baking and cooking
  •     Insulin-neutral
  •     glycemic index of 0
  •     tooth-friendly
  •     replaces sugar 1 to 1 in recipes

Quality of Stevia sweetener

Only high-quality Steviol glycosides and Rebaudiosid-A with a purity content of at least 97% are used for the production of steviapuraPlus sweetness. The extraction of the steviol glycosides obtained from the plants of the Stevia homeland Paraguay takes place in a gentle way and without additives. Try the excellent quality of the steviapuraPlus sweetness. You can buy these streusüsse/granules in 350g, 700g and 1000g packs.

The Sweet Stevia Cabbage from Paraguay

Already the natives in Paraguay, the Guarani Indians know this as "Caa-Hee" or also honey herb mentioned, for centuries. The indigenous peoples use the extract from the Stevia rebaudiana plant for sweetening or as a remedy for blood pressure and digestive problems. In 1887, the Swiss botanist Moses Bertoni discovered the Stevia plant on a trip to Paraguay and thus found his way to Europe.

It took a very long time until the sweet ingredients, the steviol glycosides from the Stevia rebaudiana plant, were also approved as sweeteners in the EU in December 2011. European consumers who value a healthy diet can now use stevia extracts as sweeteners.