Reddi-wip rolls out Zero Sugar whipped topping

Reddi-wip Zero Sugar is made with sucralose, in place of regular sugar, to help maintain its signature real cream taste, the company said.
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Reddi-wip is ready to put a healthier spin on its whipped toppings.

For those on the hunt for something with a little less sugar, the Chicago-based company is unveiling its new Zero Sugar topping.

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This creamy and keto-friendly whipped topping is not a low-calorie food, but it is made with real cream, contains 0 g of sugar, 0 g of carbs and 15 calories per serving, the company said.

“Reddi-wip has always responded to consumer dietary trends and offers a wide range of products in addition to Original and Extra Creamy Reddi-wip, like fat-free and non-dairy varieties,” Ashley Spade, Reddi-wip brand director said. “With the launch of Reddi-wip Zero Sugar, consumers following a keto-friendly diet or those looking to monitor their sugar consumption can still enjoy the fun, delicious experience of Reddi-wip.”

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Made without the use of artificial flavors or gluten, Reddi-wip Zero Sugar is made with sucralose in place of regular sugar to help maintain its signature sweet, real cream taste, and does not contain hydrogenated oils, the company said.

Reddi-wip Zero Sugar is now available in the dairy aisle of retailers nationwide in a 6.5-oz. size that retails from $2.99 to $3.29, and 13-oz. size that retails from $4.79 to $5.29.