OUR UNIQUE PRODUCT
Our chocolate couvertures have a unique formulation – 100% derived from sugarcane.
The flavour is packed with 4 to 5 times sweetness of regular sugar. Our unique products allow people to enjoy the health benefits of chocolate without the negative effects of excessive sugar.
Tatgu chocolate is also:
- Ovo Lacto Vegetarian
- Lacto Vegetarian
- Pesco vegetarian
Tatgu Chocolate can be used on a wide range of products such praline, bars, cakes, pastries, and confectionery. Our chocolate is certified Halal and Kosher, suitable to be enjoyed by people of all cultures around the world.
Our 2 main types of couverture are 85% Dark Chocolate Couverture and White Chocolate Couverture.
Our 85% Dark Chocolate Couverture has high content of cocoa without compromising palatability, and has only 14% sugar cane derivative. Our White Chocolate couverture, has only 10% to 12% sugar composition while retaining the sweetness.
Tatgu chocolates are low in Glycemic Index (GI) value
The Glycemic Index (GI) is a relative ranking of carbohydrate in foods according to how they affect blood glucose levels. Carbohydrates with a low GI value (55 or less) are more slowly digested, absorbed and metabolised and cause a lower and slower rise in blood glucose and, therefore insulin levels.
Tatgu Dark Chocolate (85% couverture) and White Chocolate (G16-69E) tested to have low GI value.
Chocolate Formulated with Diabetic-Friendly, 100% sugarcane derivative
Is there a way to produce chocolate that is healthier for everyone? The answer is yes.
For example, we have formulated white chocolate products with less than 10% sugar composition using 100% sugarcane derivative.
This enables the chocolate to retain its sweetness, yet remain far healthier than the overwhelming majority of chocolate available on the market which contain an average of 45 percent of sugar.
This is big news for the future of chocolate, and this could pave the way for harnessing the benefits of chocolate without the problems that come with reduced sugar consumption.
TATGU'S UNIQUE FORMULATION
Diabetics Facts At A Glance
- Diabetics in Singapore is set to increase to 800,000 by 2030 – SingHealth statistic, reported by Channel NewsAsia on April 13, 2016.
- In 2050, the number of diabetics alone will hit a million, reported the Ministry of Health.
- Worldwide, diabetes is a global epidemic with 371 million people worldwide suffering from this. Yet, even with this number of diabetics, there are few dessert options.