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The Sticky Truth About Sweetners with D'Vash Organics

Episode Summary

Sweeteners have been a source of controversy for some time in regards to health and sustainability issues. A lot of us believe that sugar free alternatives are healthier,but in this podcast we'll be shinning some light on the ugly truth about most sweeteners. Today we are joined by Brian Finkel and David Czinn, co-founder's of D'vash Organics. D'vash Organics fruit-based nectars and syrups are "a healthy and delicious alternative to sugar, honey, and agave." Based in Los Angeles, D'vash Organics is the leading purveyor of fruit-based nectars and syrups in the US retail market. All of their products are vegan, paleo-friendly, non-GMO, and have no added sugar.

Episode Notes

Sweeteners have been a source of controversy for some time in regards to health and sustainability issues.

A lot of us believe that sugar free alternatives are healthier,but in this podcast we'll be shinning some light on the ugly truth about most sweeteners.

Today we are joined by Brian Finkel and David Czinn, co-founder's of D'vash Organics.

D'vash Organics fruit-based nectars and syrups are "a healthy and delicious alternative to sugar, honey, and agave." Based in Los Angeles, D'vash Organics is the leading purveyor of fruit-based nectars and syrups in the US retail market. All of their products are vegan, paleo-friendly, non-GMO, and have no added sugar.

Follow them on Instagram to find delicious recipes @Dvashorganics

Find out more: https://www.dvashorganics.com/

If you liked this episode you'll also want to check out the following Bottled in China episodes:

-CBD: The new frontier of food and beverage with Jamie L. Evans of Herb Somm

-How Asia is leading the alternative protein industry with Sonalie Figueiras 

-China's growing oyster obsession with Rudy Guo

Bottled in China brings you into the food and drink scene through conversations with the some of the most happening personalities. Hosted by Emilie Steckenborn, the show is your one spot for all things food, beer, wine and spirits from across the world. 

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