The latest addition to the Zeroh! range of sugar free biscuits from Gullón is the ever popular Chocolate Digestive.  The Zeroh! version offers a classic favourite baked in a modern, healthier way to deliver the comfort treat we are all looking for.

So, what makes them special?  Zeroh! Chocolate Digestives are baked with no sugar, no palm oil and are low in salt. They are high in fibre and are made with sunflower oil which contains high oleic fats. The quality dark chocolate used to coat the biscuits is also sugar free. Zeroh! biscuits are baked with good things so they can be enjoyed by the whole family.

“Retailers are seeing a growing demand for low sugar, fibre rich products from consumers who are looking for a sweet treat but without the guilt trip,” says Gullón UK Sales Director, Surb Kaur.

“Last year we saw our sales increase by 37% as more consumers tried our products and came back for more. Our repeat sales are high and we believe this is down to the superb quality of the biscuits, and the fact that once consumers have tried them they start to love the taste and don’t miss the sugar.”

“The healthier message is combined with really tasty recipes, so that the biscuits retain the feel-good factor,” explains Surb. “Our biscuits are a treat, but baking them without sugar and with good fats means that they are a healthier more wholesome alternative to the traditional biscuit.”

With eye catching packaging that immediately communicates the free from message, the Zeroh! range originates in Spain where it is a brand leader with over 50% of the market share.

Gullón biscuits are currently stocked in Asda, Morrisons and Iceland as well as being available to independent outlets through wholesalers nationwide.

For further information please visit https://gullon.es/en/zeroh/

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