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SWEETS WITHOUT - the home of sugar free sweets

  • October 2, 2015

    What's in a name?.

    I've just been adding our new whisky & ginger sugar free sweets to the Sweetswithout website.  It made me realise just how evocative the name of a sweet can be.    As soon as I saw the words "Whisky & Ginger" I...

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  • September 23, 2015

    Sugar free Sweets from Greece

    We have added a new range of sugar free sweets that come from Greece. The taste has a distinctly original twist with hints of Mediterranean flavours.  They are quite sweet compared with some of the English sweets but the unusual flavours mean...

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  • September 17, 2015

    No added sugar Stevia chocolate is Gourmet

    Traditionally diabetic chocolate has not had a good reputation.  The range of chocolate sweetened with stevia  we stock really does mean that if you want to avoid added sugar you can have a first rate product which no one could recognize...

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  • September 11, 2015

    Sugar free Sweets and Scotland

    It may not be not strictly about sugar free sweets but over the last few weeks while adding new sugar free candy to our range, I have found it interesting to learn about Scotland's sweet heritage. Scotland has a very distinct sweet...

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  • September 8, 2015

    Sugar free sweet sale

    Hurry, Hurry,..... We always like to be confident that you will be able to enjoy your sugar free sweets in peak condition,   So we make sure that the packets of sweets we send out have a date that gives you plenty of...

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  • September 5, 2015

    Tasting sugar free sweets: a dream Job !!

    During August Sweets Without has taken on quite a few new ranges of sweets. We like to taste  the sweets so that we can write descriptions of our sugar free candy to help you make your choice.  It may sound like paradise but it...

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  • August 27, 2015

    Sweetener for Boiled sweets

    We have taken on a new range of sweets that use Isomalt as a sweetener. Isomalt is not only almost as sweet as sugar but also has a similar structure.  Like sugar it is stable at high temperatures which means...

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  • August 21, 2015

    Pretty New sweets

    Just taken delivery of a new range of sugar free sweets.  They look fantastic, don't they? Can't wait to taste them allReminds me of a sweetshop in Cambridge that used to make mosaics from sweets. I will be tasting them...

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  • August 20, 2015

    Oranges as a sweetener

    Oranges do not seem to be a natural place to look for a sweetener but our sugar free lollipops from Simpkins contain Neohesperidin dihydrochalcone (no I have no idea how you pronounce it ).  Though it sounds very chemical it is...

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