ORIGINS BACK TO FINLAND
Natsuc is derived from a natural plant source. Birch, which used to be called the “tree of wisdom”, is a pioneer plant that is often the first to grow when a forest returns to an area, or begins to spread over moorland.
The tree grows widely throughout Europe, only in strong sunlight, and its characteristic white bark is reminiscent of paper. Birch trees prevent soil erosion and provide shade for the plants that need it.
Birch has many known benefits, and has been used by humans for thousands of years. Its bark, leaves, buds and sap all have specific purposes.
and production of Natsuc
Natsuc is an ecological product produced in Finland according to very strict forest protection regulations. Polyol, a natural sugar, is extracted from birch bark.
It is the only source in Europe of guaranteed 100% xylitol extracted from birch bark, and is considered to be a high-performance substitute for regular sugar because it brings the same taste enjoyment and has none of its disadvantages. And that’s important, because xylitol can be either synthetic (E967) or made from other plants.
The birch bark is harvested and cut into thin strips. The xylitol or “wood sugar” contained in the bark is extracted using hydrolysis, once the waste products have been removed. It is then hydrogenated in order to crystallize it.
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