Life is Sweeter with SUCHERO: The Low Glycemic All-Natural Sweetener

Last night, SUCHERO products are introduce to the running community held at The Red Crab, McKinley Hill. The product SUCHERO is a low glycemic natural sweetener produced from the sap of organic coconut trees and I’m proud to say that it’s Philippine made.

Being 100% natural, SUCHERO contains:

  • No Additives
  • No Chemicals
  • No Preservatives

It is also unbleached and unfiltered.

SUCHERO is recommended by doctors and this means ; the product is an ideal sweetener substitute for the preparation of low Glycemic Index (GI) diets and can be safely used by diabetic patients or patients with high sugar level.

SUCHERO product is presented and discussed by the owner and it’s team.

What’s good about this product is it can be used as a sweetener in our favorite drinks such as coffee, teas, chocolates and juices. It’s gourmet sweet taste simply perks up your drinks and also works well as a sugar substitute for your favorite recipes.

Here are some of the food I’ve tasted last night with SUCHERO on it.

I tasted it and he products remain in it’s natural flavor. I love the taste of the Suchero Ice Tea and the Barako CheeseCake 🙂

Suchero is available nationwide now in leading Supermarkets, Health Food Stores and Drug Stores. Prominent restaurants using SUCHERO are Chateau 1771, Sentro, Sweet Tomato Grill, St. Luke’s, Via Mare, Sophia’s Mediterranean and Mona Lisa Ristorante.

Owner and officers from Suchero, Ms. Elaine Botabara from Red Crab and Bloggers participated in the event hosted by Titanium Runner.
– Photo Credit: Mr. Jeffrey Avellanosa

For more information and recipes; please visit www.suchero.com

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Twitter : https://twitter.com/sucherotwits

curlydianne

A barefoot marathoner who loves to cook, loves to travel and chocolate maker. Web content writer and blogger as her hobby. Customer Service Representative by profession and licensed insurance advisor.

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