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Wholesome Sweeteners

Posted on Thursday, October 11th, 2012 at 9:14 am
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Wholesome Sweeteners brings you the finest Fair Trade Certified, organic and natural sugars, syrups, and nectars.  Their newest product is Organic Coconut Palm Sugar, which is an unrefined whole brown sugar with a caramel flavor.  They also have a new Organic Stevia, which has no calories, no artificial sugars, and is low on the glycemic index.  They also make Organic Raw Blue Agave Packets, Organic Light Blue Agave Packets, Organic Cinnamon Flavored Raw Blue Agave Syrup, Organic Maple Flavored Raw Blue Agave Sugar, Organic Strawberry Flavored Raw Blue Agave Syrup, Organic Vanilla Flavored Blue Agave Syrup, and more.  There is a Low Glycemic Organic Blue Agave and a Low Glycemic Organic Raw Blue Agave.  They also make Fair Trade Organic Raw Honey, Fair Trade Organic Amber Honey, Organic Turbindo, Organic Light Corn Syrup, Fair Trade Certified Raw Cane Sugar and more.  You can buy Wholesome Sweeteners products through their website.  The prices range from around $4.00 to about $8.00 for one product.

Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  Organic Stevia is a healthy alternative to the sweeteners that are made with products that are definitely not natural.  Products that have a low glycemic index might be easier for people who are diabetic to include in their diets.  According to LiveStrong, honey can be used as a home remedy for coughs and colds. Wholesome Sweeteners has its headquarters in Sugar Land, Texas.  They have a blog called The Sugar Club Blog that has great information about organic foods, recipes, and more.

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