Allulose, also known as D-psicose, is a low-calorie monosaccharide sugar that has the taste and texture of sucrose but with 90 percent fewer calories. It is approximately 70 percent as sweet as sucrose, and its solubility increases with temperature. It is found naturally in sources such as wheat, figs, raisins, and jackfruit.

Allulose offers many of the same functional benefits of sucrose, but with only ten percent of the calories. It does not metabolize like sugar and has a minimal effect on blood sugar and insulin. Allulose is recognized as GRAS by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In 2019, the FDA ruled that it does not have to be included in the total and added sugar nutritional labeling.

With low net carbohydrates, allulose is keto- and paleo-friendly, as well as grain- and gluten-free. It is often blended with other natural sweeteners such as stevia, monk fruit, and erythritol.

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formats Crystalline, powder, and syrup
appearance White crystal
pH level 3.0 – 7.0
packaging 25 kg net weight fiber drums with inner liners or liquid totes
shipping Recommended to be stored in an odor-free environment

Low humidity conditions are recommended to minimize caking/degradation potentials
storage Store in well-closed place with constant low temperature and no direct sunlight
shelf life The shelf life of this material is five years from the date of manufacture if stored in recommended conditions. Product should be reevaluated if it exceeds expiration date.
conformity US FDA GRAS No-Objection

Suggested Uses

  • Beverages
  • Baked goods
  • Ice cream and frozen dairy desserts
  • Chewing gum
  • Hard candy
  • Snack foods
  • Yogurt
  • Gelatins
  • Sauces
  • Syrups
  • Breakfast cereals
  • Condiments

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Since allulose is fairly new to the market, formulators are still in the early stages of product development. Read our newest white paper to learn more about allulose and the opportunities it presents for your application.

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