AGORACOM Is Proud to Announce:
- $3.9 Million in revenues (first 9 months 2013)
- Marquee Customers include: Loblaws, Whole Foods, Costco
- Xylitol looks, tastes and bakes JUST LIKE SUGAR
- Less Calories, less Carbohydrates
- For the nine months ended September 30, 2013, sales increased by 52% to $3,953,472, compared to the nine months ended September 30, 2012;
- For the three months ended September 30, 2013, sales increased by 85% to $1,476,488, compared to the three months ended September 30, 2012;
- For the nine months ended September 30, 2013, gross profit increased by 38% to $1,235,242, compared to the nine months ended September 30, 2012;
- For the three months ended September 30, 2013, gross profit increased by 77% to $421,355, compared to the three months ended September 30, 2012.
Marquee Customers Include:
What is Xylitol you ask?
- Xylitol is a sugar alcohol – and no, that doesn’t mean there’s alcohol in it. It’s also known as a polyol. Sugar alcohols contain fewer calories and fewer carbohydrates than other sweeteners. Replacing sugar with xylitol can be helpful if you’re trying to lose weight or even to help prevent weight gain.
What does xylitol taste like?
- Xylitol is a white crystalline granule that looks and tastes like sugar. The good news is that it doesn’t have the negative side effects associated with sugar. Xylitol is low-calorie, low-carb, diabetic safe and we think it’s guilt free!
Where does your xylitol come from?
- Xyla brand xylitol is extracted from North American grown hardwood trees, and it’s delicious. We believe the practices employed in the harvesting and processing of our xylitol are ecologically sustainable. Xylitol is also naturally occurring in many fruits and vegetables. Did you know the human body makes about 15 grams of xylitol per day?
Xylitol Canada, Inc. emerged in 2004 as a reseller and distributor of Xylitol and Xylitol products. Based in Toronto, Ontario, the company continued to grow and develop additional brands under the names Sweet Diabetic Delight and Xylitol Canada. Realizing the market potential for high quality, readily available, and consistently priced Xylitol and Xylitol products, the Company broadened its strategic vision in 2009.
Realizing that the void in the Xylitol market was based on inadequate supply and lack of awareness, the company initiated a 2-tier business expansion plan that sought to solve both of these problems. With the vision of a full scale North American Xylitol production facility as a critical element of this strategy, the Company reached out to the Capital markets and formally went public in April of 2010. With the capital base to aggressively address the marketplace, the company immediately began executing its business plan.
Xylitol In The Media
Daytime Toronto – Rogers TV (Aug 2013) – Julie Reid from Xylitol Canada appears with Mari Loewen from Anna Magazine to make some delicious recipes using North American hardwood derived Xyla xylitol.
Daytime Ottawa – Rogers TV (June 2013) - Xylitol Canada’s Julie Reid and naturopath Helene Huot discuss the benefits of Xyla xylitol and share great summer recipes using Xyla.
Is Sugar Toxic? – 60 Minutes (May 4th, 2013) – Sugar is the most addictive substance on earth. It’s also the most dangerous and toxic substance anyone can consume. Sugar has similar affects on the brain like cocaine. Heart disease, cancer, diabetes type II and many more are linked to processed sugar.
Sugary Drinks Linked To 180,000 Deaths Worldwide – CNN (March 19, 2013) – “One in every 100 deaths from obesity-related diseases is caused by drinking sugary beverages,” says study author Gitanjali Singh, a postdoctoral research fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health.