Sugar-free chocolates from Quantum


  • Business
  • Wednesday, 26 Jan 2005

QUANTUM Supplies (M) Sdn Bhd has produced its first sugar-free Belgian Recipe Chocolates and Durian Chocolates. 

The company claims to be the first in Asia to produce the sugar-free Belgian Recipe Chocolates, made with centre-filled praline and utilising European technology. 

The company said in a statement the chocolates used Maltitol as a sweetener instead of sugar, thus reducing calories. 

“This piece of news is a real treat for chocolate lovers who are diabetic. Maltitol does not raise blood glucose or insulin levels,” it said. 

Meanwhile, Quantum's Durian Chocolates have a fresh durian taste and is now the top seller in gourmet shops and KL International Airport chocolate stores such as Choc Shop International. 

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