Monk Fruit, also known as luo han guo, was founded by Buddhist monks who originally used this sacred fruit as a healing component in ancient Chinese medicine. Since Monk Fruit is extremely sweet and calorie-free by nature, we blended the natural fruit extract with a sugar alcohol, Erythritol. This dilutes the sweetness and makes our zero calorie sweetener a perfect 1:1 substitute for your sweetening needs. We recommend using it for baking, in coffee and tea, or simply sprinkling it over fresh fruit for added sweetness. 

MONK FRUIT & ERYTHRITOL

ZERO CALORIE SWEETENER

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ZERO CALORIE SWEETENER

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Monk Fruit, also known as luo han guo, was founded by Buddhist monks who originally used this sacred fruit as a healing component in ancient Chinese medicine. Naturally sweet and calorie-free, Monk Fruit is grown in the mountainous regions of Southern China. Once picked, the fruit’s seeds and skin are removed and the juice is dried into a concentrated powder we can consume. Monk Fruit is a great alternative for those seeking to lower their calorie in-take without compromising the satisfaction of enjoying a sweet treat. 

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SUGGESTED USES

Stir into coffee or tea, use in baking, top on fresh fruit and more!

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