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Powdered loose sweeteners is the second most popular type of sweetener next to sweeteners in tablets. Faced with the dilemma "sweetener or sugar" many people choose powdered sweetener due to the fact that its dosage is similar to sugar dispensing - one teaspoon of sweetener powder usually corresponds to the sweetness of one teaspoon of sugar. Similarly to other sweeteners, also powdered sweeteners differ in the used sweeteners - this can be distinguished by three basic groups 1) solid table-type loose sweeteners, 2) mixed-grain sweeteners, 3) pure intense sweetening extracts. The first group includes natural sweeteners such as xylitol, erythritol, maltitol or pure tagatose, which are characterized by sweetness similar to or slightly smaller than sugar. It is in this group is the best to choose a baking sweetener; the universal baking sweetener is erythritol (erythritol is produced by brands such as Fit Food, Sukrin or ESN), which works well at high temperatures and does not differ from sugar - erytrol in large quantities can give a cool feeling on the tongue. Mixed loose sweeteners combine at least two sweeteners with different intensity of sweetness - the goal is to achieve such an end product, which can be substituted for sugar in a 1: 1 ratio. The most common pair of sweeteners is stevia and erythritol, sucralose is combined with a neutral base such as inulin or maltodextrin. The group of mixed powdered sweeteners also has tagatose combined with erytrol. The innovations are flavored sweeteners in Franky's Bakery crystals based on erythritol and stevia, and the only sweetener in Tagatesse cubes. The last group of powdery sweeteners is pure intense sweeteners, which include pure sucralose, pure stevia in the form of steviol glycosides - we use these pure sweeteners in trace amounts (literally), literally as much as on the tip of the stiletto - due to this they are not suitable for direct sweetening of dishes, because they are easy to seduce, but they work great in a professional kitchen or for preparing their own sweeteners.