WHAT IS ZERO CALORIE SYRUP?
Zero Calorie Syrup is an incredible new way of injecting flavour into your food, and more than capable of satisfying the sweetest of sweet tooths, without the addition of a single calorie! Available in mouth-watering flavours, Zero Calorie Syrup is perfect for combining with a variety of foods, recipes or supplements - adding an intense burst of flavour, with zero sugar, fat or calories. Zero Calorie Syrup comes in a convenient squeezy bottle; so all you need do is squirt a dollop of syrup onto your food of choice. Zero Calorie Syrup is the ideal companion to a range of foods including, porridge, pancakes, or yogurt. ZERO CALORIE SYRUP BENEFITS Incredible zero calories per serving Delicious maple, melon and caramel flavours ideal for those who are on a calorie restricted diet Great with foods such as porridge, yoghurt and pancakes Zero sugar Zero fat WHO IS ZERO CALORIE SYRUP SUITABLE FOR? Zero Calorie Syrup is perfect for anyone who is on a calorie restricted diet, or looking to lead a healthy lifestyle - and wants to enjoy a guilt-free treat.
Syrup can be used as ZERO calories flavour sweetener for pancakes, rice cakes, bread, rice, pasta, yogurt, cottage cheese, ice creams, coffee, water, alcohol drinks, natural protein shakes and many more. 5 ml portion of the product used as an additive for dishes, desserts, beverages. Used depending on individual needs, consume immediately after preparation. Separation of phases is natural process. Shake well before using.
Water, thickeners: cellulose gum, xanthan gum, flavour, colour: ammonia caramel, preservatives: potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, acidity regulator: citric acid, sweetener: sucralose.
May contain milk, soy, gluten, shellfish, eggs, sesame seeds, nuts, celery, sulphites. Contains sweetener.
|Nutrition value||Per 100ml of product||Per 5ml (one portion)|
|Energy Value||22Kj / 5KCAL||1 Kj / 0 kcal|
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|Saturated fatty acids||0g||0g|
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