Swedish-style Light Ice Cream

So creamy, so light, and so Swedish.

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Så creamy.

Introducing the first and only light ice cream that is actually, truly, delicious.
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    Stevia
    Steviol glycosides, found in stevia plants, have been used in South America for hundreds of years. These can also be produced by fermenting cane sugar.
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    Monk fruit
    Monk fruit is a small, green gourd that resembles a melon. First used by Buddhist monks in the 13th century.
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    Erythritol
    Erythritol is found in pears, plums, and fermented foods. It can also be made from corn.
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    Sweet Fiber
    Sweet Fiber helps provide our creamy texture and sweetness, made from corn.
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    Birch Sugar
    Also known as Xylitol, Birch Sugar is found in fruits and vegetables and is produced in small amounts by our bodies every day.
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    Allulose
    Allulose is a rare sweetener found in figs and raisins, of which only a tiny amount is metabolized by the body.
illustration of a green leaf
Stevia
Steviol glycosides, found in stevia plants, have been used in South America for hundreds of years. These can also be produced by fermenting cane sugar.

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