iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $1.58 (15% off)
Good xylitol, wrapped in bad paper
Posted by Sickness-ELIMINATOR on Dec 21, 2013
GOOD: Xylitol Powder is top-quality: Made in USA and tastes same or better than ordinary sugar. BAD: Paper wraps break easily in my pocket, please improve the quality of paper. . . . You can find other products I use on my Page! I use only products that have Scientifically Proven benefits (or taste good).
Posted by 4670124222792743886 on Dec 12, 2013
what a relief! when i was having trouble finding Smart Sweet packets, i came across this product and am happy to report that this is just as good. the flavor is top-notch. i couldn't be happier. the best part is that Xyla is made from hardwoods in the U.S. and research has shown that this is the healthiest of all xylitols. be sure to read the fine print on the competitors' labels (made from corn or having additives like syllica is not good!). one small complaint is the quality of individual paper packets is not great. still, the product itself is excellent!!
Posted by Reviewer1493489 on Jul 30, 2011
tastes just like sugar, but a lil refreshing
Posted by Reviewer1447068 on Sep 01, 2011
Product as advertized.
Taste just like sugar.
Posted by Reviewer1820236 on Jan 04, 2012
Perfect for cereal, coffee, tea or whatever you want to use it for.
Emerald Forest Sugar, Xylitol, All Natural Sweetener
Posted by YuliaBlum on Oct 11, 2012
I liked it, no leaves any aftertaste in my tea
Good value and convenient!
Posted by New-Zealand on Apr 12, 2013
Loved this :)
Posted by 5136625102859943471 on May 09, 2016
Love it. Doesn't taste like chemicals at all
No nasty aftertaste!
Posted by 5754398798770789751 on Jul 29, 2016
Tried Truvia first, which has a strong aftertaste, so was very happy that Xyla really does taste like sugar. Found my new sugar substitute!
Posted by Trinity on May 10, 2014
The taste is very good, 0 calories and it helps with tooth decay. It's also made from birch treas and in the US, not China. The only drawback I find is the production/extraction process. I watched a video about it and they said in it that are used chemicals for the purpose. I might try stevia next time.