Eat smart

feel well

Although candy cannot be associated with a healthy lifestyle, our products certainly do not fit into the popular image of this snack. Our sweets are completely sugar-free, produced only with natural dyes and flavours. They are sweetened with stevia and have a very attractive taste. A great idea for a healthy and refreshing snack during a walk or during a bike trip.

They are packed in comfortable sachets and are easy to take away and store, so you can always have them with you.

Lemon candies with stevia

The use of stevia as a sweetener allows the elimination of sugar. Like sweets in other flavours, they contain natural flavours. Fresh, lemon flavour makes them a healthier alternative to traditional candies.

Sugar free

Product information

Contains sweetenerss. Ingredients: sweeteners (isomalt, steviol glycosides 0,045%), acidity regulator (citric acid), natural lemon flavour with other natural flavours (o,24%), lemon juice concentrate powder 0,1% (maltodextrin, lemon juice concentrate, natural lemon flavour), colour (curcumin). It may contain traces of milk, eggs and soy.

Nutritional information per 100 g
energy: 971kJ / 233kcal
fat 0g
of which:
– saturated:
0g
carbohydrates 97g
of which:
– sugars:
– sugar alcohol (polyols):
0g
97g
dietary fiber   
protein 0g
salt 0,03

Information for diabetics
1WW= 20g by SGGW

Euka-menthol candies with stevia

Mint candies provide a long-lasting feeling of freshness. Lack of sugar and natural aromas makes you enjoy their taste without limit.

Sugar free

Product information

Contains sweeteners. Ingredients: sweeteners (isomalt, steviol glycosides 0,045%), natural flavour (eucalyptus (0,2%), pepermint (0,1%)), menthol, colour (copper complexes of chlorophyllins, curcumin). It may contain traces of milk, eggs and soy.

Nutritional information per 100 g
energy 987kJ / 237kcal
fat 0g
of which:
– saturated
0g
carbohydrates 98g
of which:
– sugars:
– sugar alcohol (polyols)
0g
98g
dietary fiber  
protein 0g
salt 0,03g

Information for diabetics
1WW= 20g by SGGW