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A Unique and Revolutionary New Low GI Chocolate

Miada® ChocoLite(tm) : A Unique and Revolutionary New Low GI Real Chocolate

Miada® ChocoLite(tm) is a unique and revolutionary new low GI real chocolate. Formulated and developed by one of the world's leading health and nutrition companies, Miada® ChocoLite(tm) has all of the delicious creamy flavour and taste of the finest quality chocolate but is completely sucrose sugar and artificial sweetener free! Miada® ChocoLite(tm) is not a chocolate substitute. It is real chocolate!

Miada® ChocoLite(tm) is the very first real chocolate to go on sale anywhere in the Southern Hemisphere that not only has lower calories than standard sucrose sweetened chocolate and a very low GI (glycemic index) but also has all of the delicious taste of real chocolate. Miada® ChocoLite(tm) is absolutely unique in that it has prebiotic health benefits, not found in standard chocolate and unlike the "chocolate substitutes" being marketed by competitors, Miada® ChocoLite(tm) contains no artificial sweeteners.

Miada® ChocoLite(tm) does contain a unique natural sugar called Gaio® tagatose, a much healthier natural sugar than the sucrose or cane sugar found in standard chocolate. Miada® ChocoLite(tm) is set to revolutionise the way the world thinks about chocolate as a healthy food choice. With the human body simply unable to metabolise fully the natural sugar used in Miada® ChocoLite(tm) it simply converts up to 50% into butyric acid, which then acts as a prebiotic increasing the growth of good bacteria in the gut and hence improves intestinal health.

Miada® ChocoLite(tm) looks like, smells like and tastes like real chocolate because quite simply ...It Is Real Chocolate!

Miada® ChocoLite(tm) is a delicious real chocolate that is not only as sweet as sucrose sweetened standard chocolate but delivers less calories per gram, has significantly less impact on insulin and blood sugar levels (low GI) making it ideal for individuals wishing to reduce their risk of diabetes and weight gain, is more tooth friendly so great for children and adults of all ages, and delivers significant health benefits in terms of promoting good intestinal bacteria.

The first Miada® ChocoLite(tm) 50g milk chocolate bar was sold in New Zealand and Australia on 29 April 2004, the first product in Australasia to use Gaio® tagatose. This is truly a revolutionary new REAL CHOCOLATE!

Miada® ChocoLite(tm) is expected to hit the supermarket shelves in New Zealand in mid-2004 and will be initially available in a 50-gram chocolate bar in "MILK", "DARK" and "WHITE" chocolate flavours. Significant product range expansion is planned, with Miada® ChocoLite(tm) coated nuts and nut bars, Easter eggs and novelty chocolate products under development. The company has also developed an entire new range of low impact, low GI protein health bars coated with Miada® ChocoLite(tm).

The world has changed. Chocolate just got a whole lot healthier with Miada® ChocoLite(tm)!

ChocoLite is a trademark licensed for use by Miada Corporation Limited.

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