Javamelts Combines Sugar And Flavor In Upscale Sweetener

Posted On: 9/19/2018

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HOW SWEET IT IS: Carolyn Barbarite and her daughter Kelly showcase Javamelts at recent 2018 International Restaurant and Foodservice Show of New York, where the novel flavored sweetener won the show’s Best Product Award.
SMITHTOWN, NY -- Javamelts is making a splash with an innovative way to sweeten and flavor hot beverages that's well suited for office coffee service, micromarkets, foodservice, catering and hospitality.
Each individually wrapped packet contains a 5g. to 6g. cube of real sugar -- one teaspoon -- infused with caramel, hazelnut, French vanilla or mocha flavor.
Simply drop a cube into a hot beverage and stir, and it quickly dissolves, delivering a balance of sweetness and flavor. Javamelts are certified gluten-free, non-dairy and shelf stable for one year.
Another plus, the company pointed out, is that Javamelts eliminate the spills, waste and cleanup that can accompany traditional syrups, creamers and powders.
Javamelts are available in a 56-piece magnetic closure display box with 14 varieties of each flavor, pre-loaded or empty, and in a "change-maker" box that holds 120 pieces. A bulk filler case of 200 individually wrapped pieces can be purchased for refills.
Also available is a retail box with 24 pieces (six of each flavor), and an eight-count travel pack (two of each flavor), which can be a good fit for sale in hotel mini bars.
Javamelts won the Best Product Award at the recent 2018 International Restaurant and Foodservice Show of New York. The company's founder, Carolyn Barbarite, was also named 2018 Honoree Long Island Business News Top 50 Most Influential Women in Business.
Javamelts is available directly from the Long Island, NY-based company, which is also seeking partners to grow its distribution in the vending and office coffee service channel. Email Barbarite at
 Retail box  Magnetic closure display box

 Change-maker box  Bulk filler case