May 13, 2010

Susta - All Natural ProBiotic Sweetener


We're always on the lookout for something a bit more natural in the sugar category than using artificial sweeteners in our single serve coffee just to save a few calories. We were surprised when we were sent from Susta an all natural sweetener with just 5 calories per package, and it has other benefits like pro-biotics (for better digestion), and vitamin C added as well.

All natural? We did our research and made a few calls and it's legit. The pro-biotic part comes from the soluble fiber, and it's also used in their own line of yogurt widely available.

So how does it taste in your single serve coffee? We tried a variety of different flavors over the week, and found the flavored coffees and deeper richer note coffees responded well to Susta. It's not as sweet as say Splenda, but it has a very rich mixed sweetness to it. We think you should check it out, and see for yourself what Susta has to offer.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 13, 2010 7:43 AM
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But they will survive iced. :-)

Posted by: Jay Brewer at May 13, 2010 10:07 AM

If this product does indeed have probiotics, I doubt they would survive the temperature of hot coffee.

Posted by: bltman at May 13, 2010 10:05 AM
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