Is your sugar-free chocolate really sugar-free? This is the question we hear often. And the short answer to this is “yes”.
The concern is understandable. Most chocolate producers use maltitol, a sugar alcohol that is 90% as sweet as sugar. You know those guys. They are very inventive in pretending that they are sugar-free to target the customers who are inventive in pretending that they do not consume sugar. For any reason, they invent for themselves. Sometimes they also use sweet fruits and stevia. But, again, it doesn’t make your chocolate sugar-free. They just use another type of sugar.
It is another story when we talk about fine bean-to-bar 100% chocolate. When we say sugar-free we meant it. In the end, there is only one ingredient involved - cacao. That’s it. Plus, we make sure that it’s the best cacao possible.
Just a short disclaimer. When we say “sugar-free” we don’t mean “carb-free”. Our 100% chocolate is still suitable for diabetics because it doesn’t increase blood levels. Even in big positions. Because being real dark chocolate our chocolate is very nutritious and one will not be able to eat the whole bar even if he or she wants. It's sugar and “inventive” food additives that make us finish the whole bar in one go.
100% sugar-free chocolate is also suitable for the keto diet.
100% sugar-free chocolate is always dark. You may bump into such peculiar things as “sugar-free” milk chocolate, but it’s another trick used to attract more “health-conscious” customers. Milk powder, used for milk chocolate, is sweet by itself. So you can put it into the category of martial “sugar-free” chocolate aka trash bin. Especially if you are diabetic.
In fact, if you are looking for real sugar-free or low-sugar chocolate you don't need to go any further. You will find plenty of sugar-free bars made by of of the best independent craft bean-to-bar chocolate makers from aroudn the wold at Hello Chocolate store. Enjoy the world's healthiest fine treats and stay healthy!