Consumers are looking for a sensible substitute for sugar. Many of the sweeteners on offer, especially sugar substitutes with Stevia sweetener have fillers in addition to Stevia. Very often, the spoonable sweetener is offered with maltodextrin, dextrose, but also with synthetic sweeteners such as aspartame or acesulfame-K. Flavourings are also often added to mask the taste.
In addition to the sugar substitute Erythritol and Stevia, there is also Xylitol, which does not come from birch bark, as is often assumed, but is obtained from straw or corncob residues.
Stevia spoonable sweetener with erythritol, on the other hand, is a real natural sugar alternative and just as sweet as household sugar, but without the calories.