Erythritol and stevia are both commonly used sugar substitutes.
Stevia sweeteners are sweeteners extracted from stevia. It contains no calories or raises blood sugar.
Stevia’s sweetness is 200-300 times that of sucrose, but it has a bitter and grassy taste.
Therefore, Stevia as sweetener is often compounded with erythritol.
The sugar substitute composed of 99.84% erythritol and 0.16% steviol glycoside has the same sweetness as sucrose.
The sugar substitute of 99.30% erythritol and 0.70% steviol glycosides is 2.3 times sweeter than sucrose.
The sugar substitute composed of 98.93% erythritol and 1.07% steviol glycosides is 3 times sweeter than sucrose.
Post time: Oct-09-2020