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The NEW ERA of chocolate and nut spreads is here
Remember when the kids were crazy about chocolate hazelnut spread?
They still are, of course, but these days there’s a difference – they’re not the only ones reaching for the jar.
Our own latest consumer survey shows that 60% of consumers, irrespective of their ages, have been eating sweet spreads, primarily chocolate and hazelnuts spreads. Because, today, consumers of all ages are getting a taste for sweet spreads, and they are looking for exciting new flavors, great textures and, very often, a healthy touch.
Are you ready for Healthy Chocolate and Hazelnuts spread?
We present You, FITELLA (PLANT-BASED).
Guilt-Free Vegan Chocolate Spread by NutriCoreUSA …
YOUR HEALTHY OPTION
Here’s a guilt-free chocolate spread that is actually good for you!.
With our Chocolate Protein Spread, we have created the perfect alternative to the classical hazelnut spread for all the chocolate lovers out there!. The nutritional values are more than convincing: 23g of high-quality VEGAN protein and NO sugar.
By adding fine cocoa from Brazil and freshly roasted hazelnuts, a unique natural formula that guarantees an incomparably delicious taste.
What is stevia?
Stevia is considered a novel low-calorie sweetener that has antioxidant and anti-diabetic properties. It’s been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The stevia plant grows in South America. It’s 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar and doesn’t contain calories. This sweetener has also been associated with several health benefits, including lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
Stevia is a popular choice for many people looking to lose weight and decrease sugar intake.
Unlike artificial sweeteners and sugar, stevia can suppress your plasma glucose levels and significantly increase glucose tolerance. It’s also not an artificial sweetener, technically speaking. That’s because it’s made from the leaves of the stevia plant.
Stevia also has the ability to:
- increase insulin production
- increase insulin’s effect on cell membranes
- stabilize blood sugar levels
- counter the mechanics of type 2 diabetes and its complications