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In The Raw - Monk Fruit In The Raw Natural Sweetener - 40 Packet(s), 1.12 oz (32g)
- Gluten Free
- 0 Calories
- Kosher Parve
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Top Customer Reviews
Slightly sweeter then sugar.
Less of a processed taste then stevia in the raw.
Works great in hot and cold beverages.
Worked well in making a cheese cake used 1/2 the amount to amount of sugar called for.
Only contains Dextrose (corn sugar) and monk fruit extract.
The first ingredient is not monk fruit extract so the name is misleading, This is a corn /monk-fruit sweetener.
Probably not really 0 calories but pretty close.
Just so you know:
Claims to be a good for diabetics "Monk Fruit In The Raw can help people with diabetes meet their dietary goals by reducing carbohydrate intake".
0 calories per serving just means less then 3 calories I do not know the exact amount in monk fruit in the raw but is much healthier then cane sugar.
The box contains - 40 paper packets filled with .8g of monk fruit in the raw each
I paid 3.85$ + tax at local grocery store *added this update as I see it listed at 14$ on amazon right now*
NECTRESSE Natural No Calorie Sweetener, 40-Count Packets also a monk fruit product that has more of a bitter aftertaste and is sweetened with erthyritol (sugar alcohol) instead of dextrose (corn sugar)
Tool to help stir this into your drink:
GSI Glacier Stainless Steel Whisk Works great in single serve drinks like tea or coffee.Read more ›
waste of money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
SO happy to have found a sugar free sweetener that doesn't cause me digestive issues and tastes just like sugar--no chemicaly taste.Published 1 month ago by Shannon K
This product contains Maltodextrose which is PROVEN to raise blood sugar; it imparts a glucose load no different than cane sugar. Please do your research before buying this ! Read morePublished 2 months ago by the Baroness Bruce-Campbell deVermandois
The ingredients do not say how many percent of Monk fruit , I will return it .Published 2 months ago by Grace Shek
As a sweetener it does have a sweet taste to it, but unfortunately it has a very strong co-taste and aftertaste which sticks around for a while when used as a dry product. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Geoff S.