Food maker to sell natural sweetener at offline stores

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Food maker to sell natural sweetener at offline stores


DBYL, a local food manufacturer, said yesterday that it will start selling a natural sweetener called Toddy Palm Jaggery at its offline stores this month.

According to DBYL, the product, which is currently only available online, is made by solidifying raw sugar extracted from palm trees in Myanmar, which is then turned in to a liquid at a facility in Korea. The company said that Toddy Palm Jaggery is a sweetener similar to sugar and honey but is low in calories and contain healthy elements like polyphenol, calcium, potassium, magnesium and vitamin C. A 650-gram (22-ounce) bottle costs 15,000 won ($14).

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