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Erythritol is widely promoted as a natural sweetener for being found in nature but the store-bought erythritol is in fact a synthetic sweetener. It is not directly isolated or extracted from a plant. It is obtained through processes that chemically change or break down components of the starting material (corn or cane … see more Erythritol is widely promoted as a natural sweetener for being found in nature but the store-bought erythritol is in fact a synthetic sweetener. It is not directly isolated or extracted from a plant. It is obtained through processes that chemically change or break down components of the starting material (corn or cane sugar). Glucose is converted into erythritol during these processes. Erythritol is produced by fermentation (from corn) or by an electrochemical process (from cane sugar). I believe that Anthony's is a distributor of an erythritol manufactured from cane sugar in Washington, from a company called Dynamic Food Ingredients (DFI) Corporation. Their website explains how they produce it.

In the other process, glucose from corn is fermented using microorganisms such as Aureobasidium or Moniliella sp. (genetically engineered yeasts may be used) to produce erythritol . see less
Erythritol is widely promoted as a natural sweetener for being found in nature but the store-bought erythritol is in fact a synthetic sweetener. It is not directly isolated or extracted from a plant. It is obtained through processes that chemically change or break down components of the starting material (corn or cane sugar). Glucose is converted into erythritol during these processes. Erythritol is produced by fermentation (from corn) or by an electrochemical process (from cane sugar). I believe that Anthony's is a distributor of an erythritol manufactured from cane sugar in Washington, from a company called Dynamic Food Ingredients (DFI) Corporation. Their website explains how they produce it.

In the other process, glucose from corn is fermented using microorganisms such as Aureobasidium or Moniliella sp. (genetically engineered yeasts may be used) to produce erythritol .

WhatSugar Blog by Adriane Muli…
· January 15, 2019
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Erythritol is known as a sugar alcohol. It occurs naturally in some fruits and fermented foods, but the kind you see added to low-sugar and sugar-free items is man-made. The fermentation of wheat or cornstarch creates a crystalline product that can then be added to foods, much like sugar.
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Erythritol is known as a sugar alcohol. It occurs naturally in some fruits and fermented foods, but the kind you see added to low-sugar and sugar-free items is man-made. The fermentation of wheat or cornstarch creates a crystalline product that can then be added to foods, much like sugar.
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318392.php see less
Erythritol is known as a sugar alcohol. It occurs naturally in some fruits and fermented foods, but the kind you see added to low-sugar and sugar-free items is man-made. The fermentation of wheat or cornstarch creates a crystalline product that can then be added to foods, much like sugar.
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318392.php

B. Hampton
· May 28, 2018
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USA 🇺🇸
Angelica Hernandez
· February 22, 2019
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Nope. No after taste like Stevia :) I love this brand of erythritol
Shadow
· January 26, 2019
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I personally would use a powdered form of Erythritol but if you could melt this down using a double boiler it should work. I use mine in a lot of baking with no problems.
rodse
· October 25, 2018
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I think so
Gina Occhigrossi
· August 5, 2019
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Erythritol is produced by fermentation (from corn) or by an electrochemical process (from cane sugar). I believe that Anthony's is a distributor of an erythritol manufactured from cane sugar in Washington, from a company called Dynamic Food Ingredients (DFI) Corporation. Their website explains how they produce it.

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Erythritol is produced by fermentation (from corn) or by an electrochemical process (from cane sugar). I believe that Anthony's is a distributor of an erythritol manufactured from cane sugar in Washington, from a company called Dynamic Food Ingredients (DFI) Corporation. Their website explains how they produce it.

When from corn, glucose is fermented using microorganisms such as Aureobasidium or Moniliella sp. (genetically engineered yeasts may be used) to produce erythritol. I found that out of 21 brand names of erythritol, Anthony's is the only one from cane sugar. It is also made in USA. The majority is made from non-GMO corn in China, and a few are made from GMO corn in the U.S. see less
Erythritol is produced by fermentation (from corn) or by an electrochemical process (from cane sugar). I believe that Anthony's is a distributor of an erythritol manufactured from cane sugar in Washington, from a company called Dynamic Food Ingredients (DFI) Corporation. Their website explains how they produce it.

When from corn, glucose is fermented using microorganisms such as Aureobasidium or Moniliella sp. (genetically engineered yeasts may be used) to produce erythritol. I found that out of 21 brand names of erythritol, Anthony's is the only one from cane sugar. It is also made in USA. The majority is made from non-GMO corn in China, and a few are made from GMO corn in the U.S.

WhatSugar Blog by Adriane Muli…
· January 15, 2019
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nope
Hannah Chynoweth
· January 23, 2019
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Yes, zero net carbs.
Amazon Customer
· February 17, 2019
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No. As the package states it’s granulated
Amazon Customer
· June 19, 2019