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December 19, 2013Reviewer: CONNIE in Georgia* I have ordered and used this product for about 7 years now and this is the best way to sweeten my drinks, fruits and cooking without digestion problems. It is a great substitute since I am unable to tolerate artificial sugar substitutes. I have never had any problem with Netrition.com
September 20, 2009Reviewer: Patricia in Texas* I also use the NOW fructose because it is like the sugar in fruit. Very reasonable price compared to the grocery store especially and priced better than other online stores too.
November 11, 2008Reviewer: CONNIE in Georgia* I had bariatric surgery several years ago. Since I am sensitive to artificial sweetners, they give me migraine headaches. I had to find an alternative to processed sugars & artificial sweetners. I was told about powdered fructose and the Netrition web site. Both are excellent products. I use the powdered fructose to sweeten everything that needs sweetened. I even cook with it. Since you use less it is very economical to use. I would and do recommend this product and web site to everyone.
September 09, 2007Reviewer: Patti in California* I like NOW products in general and I like using fructose because it's closer biochemically to what nature puts in fruit - but I also prefer its taste to white sugar in my tea, even though I use very little (always a good idea with sugars). Fructose is more hydroscopic than white sugar (tends to get lumpy) so it's best to keep it in a closed container. I've also milled it in a blender to get powdered sugar...