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.

Made with maltitol, a new sugar substitute derived from natural grains, Guylian's No-Sugar-Added milk chocolate bar is cholesterol free and contains only two grams of naturally occurring sugar. Its dark chocolate bar contains zero grams of sugar. According to Guylian USA, eight squares of Guylian's No-Sugar-Added chocolate bar equal two fat exchanges in a diabetic diet.

For more information, contact Guylian USA at (800) 803-4123.

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