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Diablo Sugar Free is the leading brand offering a full range of products for people who want to decrease their sugar intake. The extensive products range offers consumer a delicious treat with no added sugar and without compromising on taste.

Evil cravings can be difficult for any person to resist. It can be even more difficult for Diabetics, who have been told to keep away from anything in the treat range. Diablo Sugar free treats are the perfect solution to these devilish cravings.

Diablo Sugar Free is a one-stop-shop for all your sugar free needs, offering a choice of over 30 items from a selection of chocolate bars, Belgian chocolate coated wafers, cookies, cakes, muesli bars, chocolate spread and a selection of excellent sweets.

The Diablo Sugar Free is all about guilt free enjoyment and indulgence – great taste without the sugar!

Also, be assured, when you taste our confectionery, you will find it hard to believe that these tasty products are sugar-free or have no added sugar.

The Diablo Sugar Free range come with SUGAR WISE certification. This certification is awarded to low sugar products, based on World Health Organisation guidelines which say that no more than 5% of our daily calories should come from free sugars (added sugars) and approved by Cambridge university scientist.

The: Diablo Sugar free product range is now available in Boots stores across the UK, Holland & Barrett, and in most major retailers.

Also, available to order online at

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