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In The Raw - Monk Fruit In The Raw Natural Sweetener - 40 Packet(s), 1.12 oz (32g)

3.8 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Gluten Free
  • 0 Calories
  • Kosher Parve

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00CQ7QT4G
  • UPC: 044800710042
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,337 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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My wife and I saw this product at our local Winco and decided we wanted to try it as we are always looking for a new sweetener. We both really enjoy this sweetener in our drinks.

Pros:
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.

Cons:
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*

Other options:
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.
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I really like this product. After I bought it at Amazon I noticed it at my local grocer for only $3.48 for the same sized box. That's too much of a difference to ignore.
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bulked up with maltodextrin aka yet another name for sugar substabce that raises your blood sugar level. why would somebody make a product for sugar subsititue and then raise your blood sugar levels as if you were using sugar is beyond me. otherwise great taste hence the one star.
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I didn't realize when purchasing this that the MAIN ingredient isn't monk fruit. It's DEXTROSE. Blergh. Has that same horrible chemical taste as most sweeteners. Natural sweetener my backside! I will NOT be purchasing this again.
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I am impressed with the taste of it. It is the best all natural sweetener I have tried. Stevia is nasty and agave may as well be honey it has about the same calories. There are other monk fruits that have sucralose in them but monk fruit in the raw doesn't have it. Next best thing to sugar in my opinion.
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Event though it claimes to be monk fruit, 99.99% of it is dextrose, and the sweetness is not equivalent to packet of sugar.
waste of money.
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Taste is acceptable however, the aftertaste is terrible and lingers all day long on your tongue. I'm not an expert on the chemicals used but I suspect it's the dextrose which, being the first ingredient listed, is the predominant ingredient.
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This is not monk fruit, it's dextrose, aka corn sugar, with a tiny amount of monk fruit extract added so they can fool people into buying it. For anyone concerned about blood sugar levels, this is particularly bad. Athletes use dextrose for the express purpose of raising blood sugar levels after a workout. If I wanted to eat dextrose I could buy a 32 oz. bag of it on Amazon for about the same price as this 1.12 oz. carton. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008GQ2JPO/sr=8-1/qid=1437250925/ref=olp_product_details?ie=UTF8&me=&qid=1437250925&sr=8-1
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