Advantages and disadvantages of the stevia plant
The natural sugar alternative offers many advantages, as well as some potential disadvantages.
||Lack of volume in baking
|Suitable for diabetics
||Defined maximum quantity per day
|Does not cause dental caries
|Various dosage forms
||More expensive than household sugar
Not all perceived weaknesses are always considered as such and objective disadvantages do not have to remain that way for ever.
We at SteviaSweet have already come up with a few ideas: In SteviaSweet Baking Granules
for example, the combination of stevia and erythritol ensures the required volume in baked goods
. How can you get perfect baking results with SteviaSweet? We have collected some tips and tricks for you here.
Everyone has a different sense of taste. Some even enjoy the slight liquorice taste of Stevia. Our product managers work closely with developers worldwide
and always take care to take the most recent findings and the needs of our customers into consideration in order to provide the perfect product with the best possible quality for you.
Why do most sugar substitutes containing stevia cost so much more than normal household sugar? The steviol glycosides obtained from the stevia plant cannot be enjoyed in their pure form as they are 200 to 300 sweeter. One teaspoon would be enough for an entire cake! You would probably find it difficult to find the dosage you need. To make handling this easier for you, we have put a lot of effort into developing suitable dosage forms for every use case. One way is by enriching the fine small glycosides of the stevia plant with erythritol. To receive the perfect mixture and homogeneity, the individual ingredients today undergo a highly complex mixing process that ensures the high quality of our SteviaSweet products