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Xylitol 1 kg

US$10.84*

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  • Manufactured from corn
  • Sugar alternative with 40% less calories
  • 98% sweetening power of sugar
  • Great alternative to refined sugar and other sweeteners
  • Great for drinks, baking and cooking
Variety: Xylitol 1 kg
US$14.14
US$10.84

Available, delivery time 5-6 days

BBD: 02.02.2024

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You sweet tooth wants sugar, but the tooth fairy has been getting more and more nervous with your sugar consumption? Time for an alternative which helps you satisfy your cravings, create spectacular cakes and caramelise nuts without having to pay yet another visit to the dentist. We present our xylitol, your trusty sugar substitute!

Birch sugar and xylitol - what are they?

The words birch sugar or xylitol are used synonymously for xylitol. This is a sugar substitute that we produce from corn cobs: Because the leaves and remains of the corncob naturally contain xylan! This is then converted into crystalline xylitol. Sounds complicated, but it works great in practice: birch sugar has almost the same sweetening power as sugar; with 40% fewer calories per 100 grams*. Moreover, it does not have an unfamiliar taste like coconut blossom sugar. And it even has some health benefits. We quote the European Commission: "Consumption of foods/drinks containing xylitol instead of sugar causes blood glucose levels to rise less after their consumption than when consuming foods/drinks containing sugar."

Xylit vs. erythritol – which is the best substitute?

Along with xylitol, erythritol is also a beloved sugar substitute. But which one is best for which uses? Xylitol is the one closest to refined sugar. You can substitute it 1:1 with refined sugar, it does not crystallise when baking and can be used for doughs and jams, as well as caramelisation. Erythritol is better suited for ice creams and drinks. If you have looked around our shop, you may have noticed that we are big xylitol fans: we have sweetened our chocolate drops, chocolate protein crunchies with cinnamon and our toffee protein balls with xylitol, among many other products.

Buy KoRo's birch sugar online!

Are you itching to start making your Kaiserschmarrn, nut muesli and raspberry banana bread without refined sugar? Our xylitol is coming to help you: with 98 % of the sweetening power of sugar and only 40 % of the calories, this spectacular sugar alternative, made from corn cob remains, is perfect to sweeten your baked goods without adding any flavour of its own. The tooth fairy and your dentist are surely applauding, since products containing xylitol instead of sugar help maintain your teeth's mineralisation. Say goodbye to refined sugar and hello to our birch sugar in the 1 kg value pack!

*per 100 g, as compared to refined sugar (400 kcal /100 g)

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 1003 /  240
Fat 0 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 0 g
Carbohydrates 100 g
thereof sugar 0 g
Dietary fiber 0 g
Protein 0 g
Salt 0 g
Product number: ZUCKER_002
Origin China
Origin (Processing) China
Content 1 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260335838464
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store in a cool, dry place away from light
Product Info May have a laxative effect if consumed in excess
Ingredients 100 % xylitol sweetener
Cross contamination May contain traces of GLUTEN, NUTS, MUSTARD and SESAME
Best before date 02.02.2024
Trade Name Xylitol
Press & Resellers Download cropped photo
Questions & answers: Xylitol 1 kg
We think food is great and therefore confidently call ourselves food experts. When it comes to your individual pregnancy, you should consult your gynecologist in advance. This way you are on the safe side and can bake with xylitol afterwards, ideally relaxed and without worries.
All information on carbohydrates and co. can be found to the right of or below the product text or on the packaging.
Attention, you should keep your four-legged friend away from xylitol in any case! Even in small doses birch sugar can be deadly for dogs, so please stow your package safely and do not give your dog anything to eat that contains xylitol.
Xylitol is naturally fructose-free and therefore popular among people with hereditary fructose intolerance. However, we strongly recommend that you first talk to a doctor if you have an intolerance.
Both are popular sugar substitutes that have various advantages. Xylitol is most similar to refined table sugar (except for the physiological effect). It does not crystallize during baking and you can use it for yeast dough, jams and desserts. It can even be caramelized if you heat it long enough. It is different with ice cream and drinks, here erythritol is your best friend! Unlike birch sugar, erythritol doesn't quite come close to the sweetening power, so you'll need more of it. In addition, the dough tends to crystallize when it cools. Which alternative is ultimately right for you, you can decide for yourself. We find both mega!
Many diabetics use xylitol instead of sugar as a sweetener. However, to what extent birch sugar is suitable for you with a blood sugar disorder, you should clarify with your doctor to be on the safe side.
Our xylitol is industrially produced from the xylans in corn. Xylose is released from the corn cob residues at temperatures of up to 200 °C and using sulfuric acid or sodium hydroxide solution. The xylose is then converted into xylitol with a catalyst under high pressure.
Xylitol is popular in toothpaste, mouthwash and the like, and many dentists also rely on the sugar substitute for dental care. The fact is: consuming foods and beverages that contain xylitol instead of sugar helps maintain tooth mineralization.
100 grams of birch sugar contain 240 calories. By comparison, granulated sugar has 400 calories for the same amount. Xylitol thus has 40% fewer calories than the conventional variant.
Excessive consumption of xylitol can have a laxative effect. This can lead to flatulence or diarrhea, among other things. That is why it is recommended not to consume more than 0.5 grams per kilogram of body weight per day. But breathe a sigh of relief, unlike other sugar substitutes, the body can normally get used to the xylitol dose, which means that you can increase the amount slowly. If you are unsure or show signs of an intolerance or allergy, please consult your doctor. or your doctor.
Xylitol has almost the same sweetening power as sugar, so you can use it 1:1 in your recipes and baking. If you can't wait to start baking, you'll find great recipes in our Food Journal. A fruity jam and chocolate peanut cake are just waiting to be tasted. Even sugar-free candies are possible!
A healthy lifestyle requires a varied and balanced diet. It is therefore difficult to label a food per se as healthy or unhealthy. Our xylitol scores above all with 40% fewer calories than household sugar. Consumption of foods and beverages containing xylitol instead of sugar causes the blood sugar level to rise less after consumption than when consuming foods and beverages containing sugar.
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Ralf G.  | 22.06.2022

Good food

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Jean-marc L.  | 07.05.2022

Very satisfied

Excellent for diabetics

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Shirley S.  | 24.04.2022

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Anonymous  | 25.02.2022

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Anonymous  | 23.02.2022

Sugar without a guilty conscience

We use the substitute sugar in coffee and to the pledge cake, Reibekuchen. Then the conscience is not quite so bad.

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Anonymous  | 22.02.2022

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PRICE VALUE

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Anonymous  | 22.02.2022

Also works well for muffins.

Also works well for muffins.

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Anonymous  | 10.02.2022

I'm just getting used to it completely. Works well.

I'm just getting used to it completely. Works well.

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Anonymous  | 04.02.2022

Gladly again

Best quality. Delivered quickly and without complications. Thank you for this.

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Anonymous  | 03.02.2022

Very good

Properties like sugar, nice spreadability.

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