Fine chocolate is sweetened with cane sugar. Mass-produced chocolate can substitute high-fructose corn syrup. Fine chocolates labeled “sugar free” generally use maltitol, where mass-distributed chocolates can use saccharine, sorbitol or other less expensive sweeteners. See are article on sweeteners.
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