Cumberland Re-Launches Sweet’N Low Syrups

In chocolate and strawberry flavors

| May 1, 2006

Cumberland Packing Corporation, the makers of Sweet’N Low sweetener, have re-launched two Sweet’N Low flavored syrups.

The reformulated syrups come in chocolate and strawberry flavors, “perfect,” as Cumberland puts it, “for mixing in milkshakes and drizzling on ice cream or frozen yogurt.”

A two-tablespoon serving is sugar free, fat free and cholesterol free and contains 5 grams of carbohydrate with 3 to 4 grams of sugar alcohol, depending upon the particular syrup.

Cumberland says that compared to Hershey’s regular syrup, Sweet’N Low chocolate-flavored syrup has 90 percent fewer calories, while the strawberry flavor has 95 percent fewer calories.

Both chocolate and strawberry syrups are available in 18-ounce bottles and retail for $2.99. They are available at mass retail and supermarket chains nationwide.

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Source: Cumberland Packaging Corporation

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