Sweet 'N Low Zero Calorie Sweetner - 1500 Packets (Pack of 2)
- Sweet 'N Low
- Food & Beverage
- 10.00 lbs
Looking to expand your restaurant or cafe's selection of sugar and sweetener packets? Sweet'N Low is a popular sweetener of choice, especially for your health-conscious patrons or your guests with dietary restrictions. This saccharin sweetener has a pleasant taste with fewer calories, no carbohydrates, and no fat. In fact, Sweet'N Low has less than 1/4 of the calories that regular sugar has. Each 1 gram pink packet sweetens like 2 teaspoons of sugar, making it a great substitute to save on sugar costs.
Sweet'N Low is commonly used to sweeten coffee and teas, though it can also be sprinkled on breakfast cereals or fresh fruit. Offer these convenient, pre-packaged 1 gram packets on your tabletop in a caddy. They're also great for parties or catered events so your guests can sweeten their hot beverages as they please. A health-conscious alternative to standard sugar, each packet of Sweet'N Low sweetener provides a simply sweet taste. Sweet'N Low makes a perfect addition to coffee shop counters and concession stands, and can also be served as part of your hotel's in room coffee service.
Sweeten your coffees and teas to perfection with Regal Foods pink sugar substitute! This saccharin sweetener is just what your restaurant or cafe needs. Opposed to bulk sugar, this sugar substitute is pre-packaged in 1 gram packets for your patrons to grab on the go. Offer these packets at your party, coffee shop, or concession stand, and your guests will have just the right amount to flavor their hot beverages
Similar to Sweet 'N Low, this product has a pleasant taste and no calories. It also contains no carbohydrates or fat. Each 1 gram pink packet sweetens like 2 teaspoons of sugar, making it a great substitute to save on sugar costs. Provide Regal Foods pink sugar substitute on your tabletop with a selection of sugar, sweetener, and creamer packets, and your customers are sure to enjoy!
Each serving contains less than 4 calories which the FDA considers dietetically zero