There's a misconception that gelatos are dairy-free but both gelato and ice cream contain cream, milk and sugar—and the difference lies in the way they're processed—fortunately, Nubocha makes a variety of dairy-free gelatos. As well as being able to indulge their sweet tooth without encountering dairy, consumers will appreciate that Nubocha's product range is low in sugar. This is because the dairy-free gelato products are sweetened with allulose. This naturally occurring, low-glycemic sugar has a texture that's comparable to table sugar and unlike many sugar substitutes, it does not have an aftertaste.
Nubocha offers flavors like Salted Caramel, Chocolate Arriba, Italian Vanilla and Peanut Butter, all of which are made with spring water as the first ingredient, followed by just a few other simple additions.
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Nubocha Makes Decadent Desserts with a Natural, Low-Glycemic Sugar
1. Low-glycemic Sweeteners - There is a growing trend of using low-glycemic sweeteners, like allulose, in the production of dairy-free gelatos to cater to health-conscious consumers.
2. Simple Ingredients - The trend of using simple and natural ingredients in the production of dairy-free gelatos is gaining popularity among consumers who prefer clean label products.
3. Plant-based Desserts - The trend of plant-based desserts, including dairy-free gelatos, is on the rise as consumers seek healthier and more sustainable food options.
1. Food Manufacturing - Food manufacturers can capitalize on the trend of low-glycemic sweeteners and simple ingredients to create innovative products that cater to health-conscious and environmentally conscious consumers.
2. Dessert Industry - The dessert industry can incorporate plant-based and dairy-free gelatos into their product portfolio to cater to consumers who seek healthier and sustainable dessert options.
3. Retail Industry - Retailers can capitalize on the trend of plant-based desserts and simple ingredients to attract consumers who prefer healthy and clean label products.