100% Natural Erythritol 1 Kg, (2.2 lb) Granulated ZERO Calorie Sugar Replacement


Brand NKD Living
Item weight 1 Kilogram
Specialty Diabetic Friendly, Gluten Free, No Added Sugar
Package weight 1.02 Kilograms
Package information Bag



  • Award-winning 100% Natural Non-GMO erythritol (1kg / 2.2lb) UK Brand. ZERO calories, ZERO active carbohydrates.
  • Crystal clean taste, 70% sweetness of sugar, no bitter aftertaste like stevia.
  • Perfect for Baking, cakes, meringues, and Ice cream. Helps people trying to lose weight who have a sweet tooth.
  • 0 GI, is great for people who want to maintain stable blood sugar levels.
  • WARNING!: Excessive consumption may produce a laxative effect! More Stomach friendly than xylitol, and safe for pets. NOTE: You may receive the old bag design until they have all been sold!                                      [the_ad id="136952"]


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Product Description


NKD Living Granulated Erythritol

NKD Liv­ing Gran­u­lat­ed Ery­thri­tol is a nat­ur­al zero calo­rie sug­ar replace­ment with a sim­i­lar tex­ture to cast­er sug­ar. It can be used to sweet­en just about any­thing! Sprin­kle over fruit and even bake with it just like sugar!

As part of the “sug­ar alco­hol” fam­i­ly, Ery­thri­tol is a nat­u­ral­ly derived sug­ar from fruit and plants and pass­es straight through your body undi­gest­ed. There­fore, ery­thri­tol does not affect blood glu­cose lev­els and has zero net car­bo­hy­drates! This makes it the per­fect sug­ar alter­na­tive for dia­bet­ics, low carb, keto­genic dieters and any­one reduc­ing calo­ries and their sug­ar intake.

Ery­thri­tol is 70% the sweet­ness of sug­ar so you need to use 130g of ery­thri­tol for every 100g of sug­ar in bak­ing. How­ev­er, we rec­om­mend using recipes that have been devel­oped using ery­thri­tol so a per­fect out­come can be achieved every time.

Man­u­fac­tured in France. Packed in the Unit­ed Kingdom.




Great for Hot drinks!

Add to your tea and cof­fee for nat­ur­al zero calo­ries sweetness!

Perfect for Baking!

Why not swap out your sug­ar in all your cakes and bakes! NKD Liv­ing ery­thri­tol is a great way to reduce the car­bo­hy­drates and calo­ries in your favourite recipes.

Get adventurous with NKD Living Erythritol!

Why not make a cock­tail, lemon­ade or sweet­en up your smooth­ies and shakes. You could even make your own carb-free pro­tein bars and flapjacks.

ketone safe


0 Carbs

bakes like sugar


Explore the NKD Living Erythritol Family!

Important information


100% Non-GMO Erythritol

Legal Dis­claimer

WARNING!: Exces­sive con­sump­tion may pro­duce a lax­a­tive effect! More Stom­ach friend­ly then xyl­i­tol, and safe for pets. NOTE: You may receive the old bag design until they have all been sold!

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Additional information

Dimensions 25.2 × 20.7 × 7 cm
Package Dimensions

25.2 x 20.7 x 7 cm; 1 Kilograms

Manufacturer reference



1 Kilograms


1000.0 gram


NKD Living




Diabetic Friendly Gluten Free No Added Sugar

Package Information


Country of origin


Serving Size

6 Grams

Energy kcal

0 kcal


0 Grams

- Saturates

0 Grams

- Mono-unsaturates

00 Grams

- Poly-unsaturates

0 Grams


100 Grams

- Sugars

0 Grams

- Starch

0 Grams


0 Grams



Date First Available

10 Mar. 2022


NKD Living


  1. MJE

    Great prod­uct but with a few issues — do not use with cof­feeFirst­ly, I am one of those peo­ple who hates the arti­fi­cial taste of sac­cha­rine and some oth­er artificial/low cal sweet­en­ers includ­ing ste­via and aspar­tame. This prod­uct tastes great and is almost indis­tin­guish­able from sug­ar in most uses but not all. So a 5*****product except for the fol­low­ing points;1. If you use this to sweet­en cof­fee, whether instant or fresh­ly ground it will imo destroy the cof­fee flavour mak­ing it taste bit­ter and chem­i­cal­ly, fur­ther­more it also made me feel queasy for a cou­ple of hours. I tried this com­bo sev­er­al times, all gave an unpleas­ant expe­ri­ence. This prob­lem does not occur with tea, whether black, green or herbal.2. Occa­sion­al­ly, when used on fruit or cere­als etc it can cre­ate a slight “cool­ing” effect, sim­i­lar to sor­bitol. I have been unable to iden­ti­fy any com­mon pat­tern or ingre­di­ent, nor does it hap­pen con­sis­tent­ly. The effect is very slight but is notice­able although not nec­es­sar­i­ly unpleasant.3. The prod­uct claims to give approx 80% sweet­ness of sug­ar, Imo it is clos­er to 50%.Overall, I am delight­ed with Ery­thri­tol but would nev­er use it with any cof­fee prod­uct, imo some strange chem­istry comes into play.

  2. Marek

    Is it the best zero calo­rie sug­ar alter­na­tive?I have used this for a while now, and I can say that it’s the best zero calo­rie alter­na­tive to sug­ar, with no obvi­ous side affects at my usage lev­els. There is a but how­ev­er, it’s expen­sive at first. I say at first because you will need to dou­ble the amount you would nor­mal­ly use with sugar.The prod­uct infor­ma­tion states that it has 70% the sweet­ness of sug­ar, but I would say that its more like­ly about 50% and this stuff is about 800% more expen­sive, so I’ll let you do the math on that. After a time you will be able to reduce the amount just like you would when ween­ing your­self off sugar.It has a very slight caramel smell and taste to it, but you soon get used to it.The oth­er alter­na­tive I use is xyl­i­tol based sweet­en­er, it does have calo­ries though but very low, but used sen­si­bly use can still have all the ben­e­fits, it has sweet­er taste than this, prob­a­bly about 75% that of sug­ar. I have used both for some time and the ben­e­fits in using them as a sug­ar sub­sti­tute is enor­mous. Try them, if you get on with them you won’t turn back, once set­tled in start to grad­u­al­ly reduce the intake of these to as low as possible.

  3. Ken A

    East to use in bak­ingI use this instead of sug­ar in lots of recipes. It is not quite as sweet and I think that it’s sug­gest­ed on pack to increase the amount of sweet­en­er to sug­ar in recipes but I don’t both­er with this I just use same amount of sweet­en­er as weight of sug­ar in recipes and it’s fine. I have found with bak­ing that cut can tend to be a lit­tle dri­er than sug­ar so it’s worth look­ing at reduc­ing the cook­ing time slight­ly or check­ing at inter­vals to make sure it’s not over done or too dried out.

  4. CAZZA7

    Sug­ar with­out all the bad stuffI use this all the time. We don’t have sug­ar in house any­more. It has no after­taste nor does it alter the taste of food as some sug­ar sub­sti­tutes do. If you tried dif­fer­ent sweep­ers you will know what I want but this is great as it’s just sweet. No one has ever said this isn’t sug­ar when they have tea or cof­fee drink. Think that about says it all. Will nev­er go back to sug­ar again.

  5. GMOH

    Good for low carb no sug­ar diet.Bet­ter than ste­via, no unpleas­ant taste.Macronutrients great for my pre­ferred diet. All I’ve read sug­gests this is a safe alter­na­tive to sug­ar. Like fact it’s gran­ules not liquid.

  6. Aman­da

    Rec­om­mendBizarre stuff, sat­is­fies the need for sug­ar in my cof­fees so I will def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend but leaves a kind of tang after taste. But tbh this could be just me as I’m hav­ing to go through a dietary change and I’m not hap­py about it.

  7. Nor­ma Partington

    More cost­ly than nor­mal gran­u­lat­ed sug­ar but ticks all the oth­er box­es.This prod­uct is like using nor­mal gran­u­lat­ed sug­ar. Same taste and usage is exact­ly the same as nor­mal sug­ar so it is a win win for me. Even in bak­ing. Even my grand­chil­dren don’t realise it is in the cakes.

  8. Zosim

    Just like cast­er sug­ar, but sug­ar free. Great for bak­ing.More expen­sive than gran­u­lat­ed or cast­er sug­ar, but if your lifestyle does not allow you to have sug­ar, or you want to avoid it, it does the trick. Great for bak­ing sug­ar free cakes.

  9. Ama­zon Customer

    It’s not sug­arThe fact is it a good sug­ar substitute

  10. frances phillips

    Great prod­uctMade some muffins with this prod­uct and also used it as a sweet­en­er in my cof­fee. Did not spike up my blood sug­ars at all.

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