Organic Yacón syrup adds character to teas and dessert recipes, imparting a natural caramel flavor with hints of molasses. Organic Yacón’s Syrup's sweet flavor comes primarily from indigestible sugars called Fructooligosacarides (FOS), which make it an extremely low-glycemic, high-fiber alternative to sugar-rich sweeteners.
- A truly low-glycemic sweetener that won’t spike blood sugar
- Half the calories of honey!
- Lighter color, sweeter flavor than high-heat yacon: more like caramel than molasses
- Pesticide-free yacon
- Tests higher in FOS than typical yacon syrup"
USDA Certified Organic Yacon
We pay our farming partners exceptionally well for their hard work and compliance with our exacting quality standards, so this is a fair, feel-good, premium product.
Pure Yacon from the Peruvian Highlands
Verified Raw Yacon Syrup
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