Good Good's Low-Calorie Sweetener Features Natural Sugar Replacements

One of the newest sugar replacements to be introduced by Good Good takes the form of a Sugar Free Maple Syrup made with Fructooligosaccharides (FOS).

FOS, which is also sometimes called oligofructose or oligofructan, is said to have about 30 to 50% of the sweetness of sugar, without the same effects. The naturally occurring sugar replacement is becoming a popular option for diabetics, as well as consumers who are seeking alternatives for sugar as a sweetener. Good Good also notes that "FOS is also known for its prebiotic effect and its positive use for the microflora in the large intestine."

Many brands are now introducing sugarless or reduced sugar versions of maple syrup that offer an alternative to the all-natural sweetener that is better suited to consumers with concerns about their sugar intake.