Real Diabetic Chocolate

by Tara

Real Diabetic Chocolate Frustration!

I am having a huge issue with people here in Kingston saying that they sell diabetic chocolate when their chocolates are in fact "no sugar added."

There was a venue I approached and asked, "Do you have diabetic chocolate?" She said, "Yes, we do," and proceeded to point me in the direction of their "no sugar added" chocolate.

I informed her that this does not mean that the chocolate is diabetic chocolate, it means there is no sugar added.

She did not know the difference so together we looked up her product and in fact each piece of "diabetic chocolate" had 100 grams of glucose.

This is prevalent anywhere I look in this area and even 2 pharmacists did not realize how much sugar is in this no sugar added chocolates.

I am hoping that you may be able to supply me with real diabetic chocolate or provide me information as to where I can obtain some.

If you do have diabetic chocolate I will pass this information along as there is a population of over two-hundred-thousand people where I live and not one venue sells real diabetic chocolate.

Thank you for your time. I look forward to your response.

Hi Tara,

I certainly understand your frustration at trying to find chocolate that is genuinely diabetic. It can be a bit tricky, I know.

We don't actually sell chocolate ourselves, but our site is a resource to help people find what they are looking for. So, in fact, you've come to the right place.

Take a look at the selection of chocolates on the following pages and see if you find some suitable and tempting choices for your specific needs. I'll set these links to open in new windows so you can view them all easily.

You'll find some links leading off of those pages to some further ones, but that should be enough to get you going and enable you to find some diabetic chocolate worthy of the name.


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Feb 14, 2012
Diabetic chocolate NEW
by: Anonymous

I don't think any of your melting wafers are totally sugar free, but if you check your Walmart that has 90% Lindt Chocolate Bar, that will have the least amount of sugar. I am not sure how well a 90% bar will melt. It will have to be trial and error. These bars are about $3 a piece, so it will be good for making a "special" treat for someone. The better the grade and higher the cocoa content, the less sugar it will have.

May 21, 2011
Thank you
by: Anonymous

Hi Angie

Thank you for taking the time to respond, I do look forward to feedback anyone may have as well in regards to this situation.

I will look into the sites and if anything comes of it I will post this information back into this chat so anyone that may be having the same issues will have a venue as well.

Thank you for having a site where these issues or questions can be answered, it is very helpful :)

Take care, I will be in touch with any news.


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