US-based Lily’s Sweets is all set to release its botanically-sweetened Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups.

The new products are made using non-GMO ingredients and are sweetened with stevia. They have less than 1g of sugar and only 130 calories per two cups (30g) serving.

Furthermore, the cups are certified by Fairtrade America and will feature the GFCO gluten-free seal.

Lily’s Sweets founder Cynthia Tice said: “Sometimes the best ideas come from your fans. After seeing fanatics of our Baking Chocolate time and again create peanut butter cups at home, we figured why not create our own to satisfy that need.

“It’s so fun to see our innovation move into different categories while still delivering no-sugar-added options so good you won’t even miss the sugar.”

The company is set to debut its peanut butter cups later this week at the Sweets & Snacks Expo, with plans to release them to retail outlets including Whole Foods and Sprouts by this summer.

Lily’s Sweets CEO Jane Miller said: “Our team is thrilled to build upon Cynthia’s work as a trailblazer in the natural products industry to bring more people sweets they can enjoy daily.

“We are on track to experience sustained growth in 2019, maintaining our position as a leader in the no added sugar movement.”

Lily’s Sweets peanut butter cups will be available for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $5.99/3.2oz pouch.

The company is engaged in the manufacturing of chocolate and confections.