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Chocolate Bar Offers No-Sugar Option
Mar 1, 2001 | 
Guylian USA of Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, has introduced the Guylian's No-Sugar-Added chocolate bar, designed specifically for people with diabetes who love chocolate but can do without the bland taste of some sugar-free chocolate delicacies.
We All Scream for Ice Cream (and Other Goodies)
Oct 1, 2000 | 
In late July, Sorbee International of Philadelphia introduced a full line of its sugar-free grocery products in hopes of enhancing diabetic consumer's options.
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