FAQ

Table of Contents

  • What is Sukrin?
  • What are the differences between the Sukrin sugar replacements?
  • Is Sukrin made from erythritol?
  • Where can I buy Sukrin?
  • How is Sukrin made?
  • How healthy is Sukrin?
  • Does Sukrin fit into the keto diet?
  • Does Sukrin fit into a low-carbohydrate diet?
  • Does Sukrin fit into a gluten-free diet?
  • Is Sukrin suitable for a diabetic?
  • Is Sukrin vegan or vegetarian?
  • Is Sukrin Halal?
  • Is Sukrin safe?
  • Is Sukrin safe during pregnancy?
  • Is Sukrin safe for children?

What is Sukrin?

Sukrin is a natural sugar substitute/sweetener made from erythritol. It does not contain sugar or calories, making it suitable for various diets. It offers benefits such as being tooth-friendly, avoiding “sugar rush,” and being suitable for diabetics.

What are the differences between the Sukrin sugar substitutes?

Sukrin sugar substitutes vary in their sweetening power:

  • Regular Sukrin: 70% as sweet as sugar.
  • Sukrin: 1: As sweet as sugar with Stevia added.
  • Sukrin +: Twice as sweet as sugar with Stevia.
  • Sukrin Gold: Brown sugar substitute with 98% fewer carbs.
  • Sukrin Icing: Replacement for powdered sugar.
  • Sukrin Organic: Same as regular Sukrin but 100% organic.

Is Sukrin made from erythritol?

Yes, Sukrin is made from erythritol and is the only sugar substitute made from this polyol.

Where can I buy Sukrin?

Ketonic is the only authorised distributor in Australia and New Zealand. We have authorised resellers that will be listed shortly, and we are looking for others to join us.

How is Sukrin made?

Sukrin is made from erythritol, a sugar alcohol obtained through natural fermentation of glucose by yeast.

How healthy is Sukrin?

Sukrin is considered healthy and has been approved by the Scientific Committee for Food (SCF) in 2003. It fits various diets and is not harmful to teeth.

Does Sukrin fit into the keto diet?

Yes, Sukrin fits into the keto diet as it is not made from carbohydrates.

Does Sukrin fit with a low-carbohydrate diet?

Yes, Sukrin fits with a low-carbohydrate diet and is made from low-carb flour products like almond and coconut flour.

Is Sukrin compatible with a gluten-free diet?

Yes, Sukrin is suitable for a gluten-free diet as it contains no gluten.

Is Sukrin suitable for diabetics?

Yes, Sukrin is suitable for diabetics as it does not affect blood sugar levels.

Is Sukrin vegan or vegetarian?

Sukrin is suitable for both vegan and vegetarian diets as it contains no animal products.

Is Sukrin halal?

Sukrin is 100% halal, gene-free, and kosher.

Is Sukrin safe?

Yes, Sukrin is safe and has been approved by the Scientific Committee for Food (SCF) since 2003.

Is Sukrin safe during pregnancy?

Yes, Sukrin is safe during pregnancy, but excessive consumption should be avoided.

Is Sukrin safe for children?

Yes, Sukrin is safe for children and can be a healthier alternative to regular sugar.