In line with rising health concerns, including sugar intake, players are looking to alternative ingredients for their sweet spreads. For instance, Glory Nonya Kaya No Added Sugar uses maltitol as a sugar substitute, which claims to closely replicate the flavour of sucrose, but is not completely digested, and hence slows the rise in blood sugar levels, thereby making it more suitable for diabetics.
Like many other categories of packaged food, producers of sweet spreads are also starting to explore the plant- based trend. Jams and preserves in Singapore, such as coconut jam (known as kaya), typically contain eggs.
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