Sweeteners in Australia

A brief, non-exhaustive look at the most commonly store-bought on plan sweeteners available in Australian supermarkets (Coles, Woolworths and IGA’s). There are others but these are the ones most new-to-the-plan people would be able to most easily find and use.

✅ Stevia, Erythritol, Xylitol, Monk Fruit, Chicory Root (inulin) preferably non-GMO, unbleached.

❌ Sugar, Dextrose, Fructose, Maltodextrin, Agave, Aspartame, Sucralose, Equal, NutraSweet, etc.

Natvia

Erythritol, Organic Steviol Glycosides
1:1 sugar replacement
Store bought sweeteners in Australia

Whole Earth

Erythritol, Organic Stevia
½ teaspoon Whole Earth = 1 teaspoon sugar
Natvia sweetener in Australia

Natvia Gold

Erythritol & Stevia
1:1 sugar replacement
sweetener in Australia

Coles Monkfruit and Stevia

Erythritol & Monk Fruit Extract
1:1 sugar replacement
sweetener in Australia

Raw Earth

Erythritol, Stevia & Monk Fruit Extract
Organic, non-GMO
1:1 sugar replacement

sweetener in Australia

Lakanto

1:1 sugar replacement
Aussie Sweeteners

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