SumSweet+ FAQ

SumSweet and SumSweet+ are natural zero-calorie sweeteners that can easily substitute for table sugar in food and beverage recipes. Unlike monk fruit, xylitol, and erythritol, SumSweet is made with allulose an actual sugar that is chemically similar to table sugar but it’s 70% as sweet. SumSweet+ is a fusion of allulose and a proprietary blend of the sweetest stevia extracts. They have no bitter aftertaste or cooling effect. SumSweet has a naturally pure sweet taste that’s equal to table sugar. It also browns and caramelizes just like sugar. It measures spoon for spoon like table sugar making it the perfect solution for your baking needs.

What is SumSweet?

Sumsweet is 100% natural allulose. Allulose is a zero-calorie sugar with the same clean, sweet taste you expect from sugar.

Allulose is one of many different sugars that exist in nature in very small quantities. It was initially identified from wheat and has since been found in certain fruits including jackfruit, figs, and raisins. Allulose is naturally present in small quantities in a variety of sweet foods like caramel sauce, maple syrup, and brown sugar.

A monosaccharide, or simple sugar, allulose is absorbed by the body, but not metabolized so it’s calorie-free.

What does SumSweet taste like?

SumSweet is 70% as sweet as sucrose (sugar). For those looking to cut their calorie intake for health reasons, or for weight management, SumSweet’s good taste will help you stick to a healthy diet.

Previously, only caloric sugars could provide the same sweet taste and classic texture. SumSweet’s allulose offers the taste and texture of sugar without all the calories.

SumSweet Allulose tastes almost identical to sugar, with a clean, sweet taste. In fact, products made with SumSweet allulose ranked on par with full-calorie versions in preference taste tests across a variety of foods.

What is SumSweet+?

Sumsweet+ is an allulose and stevia sweetener. Made from natural sources, they are a healthier alternative to artificial sweeteners and table sugar. We created SumSweet+ because we wanted a healthy, natural way to enjoy a little sweetness in our lives. Using only 100% naturally sourced ingredients, we created a sweetener that tastes great in your baking, cooking, teas, and coffee.

What does SumSweet+ taste like?

SumSweet+ has a pure clean sweet taste. Importantly SumSweet+’s taste profile has been specially crafted to complement your coffee. SumSweet+ tastes nothing like artificial sweeteners because it’s made from naturally sourced ingredients, so there are no nasty chemicals and no bitter aftertaste.

Why switch to SumSweet Sweeteners?

We want to inspire you to make some positive changes and lead a healthier life. If you’re trying to lose weight, or just eliminate artificial foods and sugar from your diet, SumSweet+ makes it easy. Every time you use SumSweet+ you’re making a healthier, smarter choice.

Sumsweet and diabetes.

SumSweet sweeteners are diabetic-friendly and have no impact on blood sugar levels. SumSweet sweeteners can help people living with diabetes to eliminate excess sugar from their diet, while still enjoying a little guilt-free sweetness in their daily lives.

What is the difference between SumSweet and SumSweet+?

SumSweet only contains Allulose and is 70% as sweet as sugar. SumSweet+ is a fusion of Allulose with our proprietary blend of Stevia extracts to allow you to use SumSweet+ as a spoon-for-spoon substitute for sugar. Our innovative blending techniques are the secret to SumSweet+’s unique taste, ensuring that every grain of SumSweet+ has a sweet, clean natural flavor.

Can SumSweet/SumSweet+ replace sugar in the diet?

Absolutely. Spoon for spoon you can use SumSweet+ in tea, coffee, on fruit, and cereal just as you would sugar. Because SumSweet is not quite as sweet as sugar, you may have to use a little more to get the same sweetness level as sugar. It’s a simple change to make because you can say goodbye to artificial sweeteners and still enjoy the sweet taste of sugar, without having to give anything up.

What is stevia?

Stevia is a sweet-leafed plant. Its proper name is Stevia Rebaudiana, and it’s part of the chrysanthemum family. The glycosides in Stevia plant leaves create incredible sweetness; Stevia is naturally 300 times sweeter than sugar. It’s been part of the human diet for thousands of years, traditionally in grown Paraguay, Brazil, Japan, and China.

About our Stevia Extracts.

Our proprietary Stevia extract blend is 300 to 400 times sweeter than sugar. The process starts with the leaf of the stevia plant and results in 95% pure Stevia extracts with significantly less bitterness and aftertaste compared to conventional stevia sweeteners using Reb-A or Reb-D alone.

Can I bake and cook with SumSweet/SumSweet+?

Yes! SumSweet+ can be used as a spoon-for-spoon substitute for sugar. It behaves just like table sugar when it comes to baking. They caramelize just like sugar does.

Why does the color of the SumSweet+ Brown vary?

The color of SumSweet+ Brown depends on the variety of dates used in the date molasses and the process used to make it. There are hundreds of different varieties of dates grown in the world. Many suppliers use quite a lot of different types together to produce one syrup.

Why does the SumSweet+ Confectioners clump?

Over time, powdered sugar often forms small clumps. We use so little food starch in our products that it might develop clumps and that is nothing to worry about. You can get rid of the clumps by sifting the sugar through a fine-mesh strainer before dusting your dessert. Or by breaking them up using a fork. Or with your fingers, if you like.

Is there a taste difference between the lighter and darker SumSweet+ Brown?

There is no noticeable difference in the taste of the darker SumSweet+ Brown vs. the lighter.



What is your customer service contact info?

Phone: (678) 813-5151 for general inquiries please email
for shipping and for online order inquiries please email

We’ll be happy to assist wherever we can, and inquiries are typically answered within 24 hours.


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