International Delight Zero Sugar, all the flavor, none of the sugar

New International Delight Zero Sugar, photo provided by International Delight
New International Delight Zero Sugar, photo provided by International Delight /

International Delight Zero Sugar puts want consumers want front and center.

While some coffee drinks might be like drinking a candy bar, International Delight Zero Sugar puts flavor, not sugar, front and center. That flavorful cup of coffee doesn’t need to come with a side of guilt.

For many people, coffee is part of their daily ritual. Whether your eyes are open as the coffee brews or the wait for the warm cup to hit your hands, that cup of coffee is often just what you need to start the day on the right foot.

Unfortunately, sometimes that coffee cup is full of things that people don’t want. According to recent studies, “74% of consumers try to limit sugar in their diet.” While people can visually see that spoonful of sugar that they put in their coffee, other hidden sugars are often overlooked.

International Delight Zero Sugar tells consumers what isn’t in their coffee creamer, sugar. While scanning the refrigerated case, the zero sugar label is front and center.

Currently, International Delight is offering the zero sugar coffee creamer in three year round varieties, French Vanilla, Caramel Macchiato and Hazelnut. These coffee creamers represent some of the most popular flavors in the brand’s line-up.

Also, to satisfy all those pumpkin cravings, the limited edition Pumpkin Pie Spice is also available. Given that this option is available for fall, maybe other seasonal offerings will be available, too. Could peppermint mocha be in your holiday plans?

The International Delight Zero Sugar Coffee Creamers are available nationwide. It has a suggested retail price of $3.79.

Are you ready to skip the sugar and keep the flavor? International Delight Zero Sugar is here to make that coffee cup filled with what you want.

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