Oobli unveils World’s first low-sugar chocolate bars made without artificial sweeteners

The brand also expands its line of dark chocolates sweetened with sweet proteins

Oobli, the global leader in sweet protein foods and beverages known for its healthy sugar alternatives, has introduced Oobli Milk Chocolate bars into its growing sweet protein-powered product portfolio as well as an expanded line of dark chocolate bars. For those looking for a sweet treat with a whole lot less guilt, Oobli’s chocolate bars are a perfect gut- and blood-sugar-friendly option.

By adding a tiny amount of sweet protein for sweetness – instead of sugar or alternative sweeteners – Oobli Milk Chocolates contain 70 per cent less sugar than traditional milk chocolate bars and only 1g of added sugar per serving. Sweet proteins are like any other type of dietary protein, except they happen to taste sweet. Derived from small, rare fruits that grow near the Equator, sweet proteins don’t affect blood sugar, insulin or the gut microbiome, making them a healthy alternative to alternative sweeteners like aspartame, sucralose, Stevia and erythritol.

“Until now, consumers have needed to compromise on taste if they wanted a low-sugar alternative. With Oobli sweet proteins, there is now a solution to enjoy chocolate with a whole lot less guilt!,” said Ali Wing, CEO, Oobli. “Chocolates are a proof point of Oobli’s ability to sweeten foods more healthily with no compromise on your gut or taste buds.”

Oobli is also relaunching its dark chocolate bars with a craft speciality approach in four brand-new flavours. Known as a popular dark chocolate option, Oobli’s new protein-powered dark chocolate bars have a mere 1g of sugar per serving without the inclusion of any alternative sweeteners.

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