Health Garden, All Natural Monk Fruit Sweetener, Golden, 16 oz (453 g)
Frequently purchased together
- 100% Sugar Free
- Find Your Sweet Spot
- Gluten Free
- Ideal For Cooking & Baking
- Kosher Pareve
- NSK New Square Kashrus
- Non GMO Project Verified
- Friends With Diabetes
- Keto Certified
- 0 Calories
- 0 Glycemic Index
- 0 Net Carbs
- Naturally Rich In Antioxidants
- Brown Like Sugar
- No Aftertaste
- Measures CUP for CUP Like Sugar
At Health Garden, while we focus on the details we also realize that we are part of something much bigger. Our guiding force is, simply to make the world a better place. We do this by offering the highest quality all- natural, low- glycemic sugar substitutes. It's a small gesture, but one that brings health and happiness to our customers every day.
Monk fruit sweetener is derived from the juice of a sub-tropical melon that has been cultivated in Asia for centuries, due to its health benefits and delicate sweetness. We combined monk fruit extract with Erythritol for the perfect level of sweetness that has zero effect on glycemic levels! Health Garden monk fruit is suitable for Keto diets, kids with ADHD and diabetics. Golden monk fruit sweetener caramelizes like sugar, making it perfect for cooking, baking, sauces and glazes.
Erythritol, monk fruit extract.
Erythritol is a naturally occurring sugar alcohol found in some fruits and vegetables.
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|Serving Size: 1 tsp (4 g)|
|Servings Per Bag: 113|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Values*|
|Total Fat||0 g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate||4 g||1%|
|Effective Carbohydrate||0 g||0%|
|Vitamin D||0 mg||0%|
|*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.|