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Introducing… Monk Fruit In The Raw®

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Fulfilling its commitment to deliver delicious, 100% natural sweeteners, the In The Raw® brand has expanded its family of products to feature Monk Fruit In The Raw® — a sugar substitute made with the sweet vine-ripened monk fruit, which is native to Asia.

Along with Stevia In The Raw®, Monk Fruit In The Raw is leading a new sweetener revolution, providing Americans with all-natural, calorie-free alternatives to traditional refined white sugar.

Made with real fruit, Monk Fruit In The Raw is a delicious and wholesome sugar-alternative that has a clean sweet taste, zero carbs and fewer than 3 calories per serving*

*Considered dietetically ‘zero’ by the FDA.

Learn more about all-natural monk fruit sweeteners now and be prepared to answer questions from your patients and clients.

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ABOUT MONK FRUIT IN THE RAW

What is Monk Fruit In The Raw®?

Where is Monk Fruit In The Raw® from?

Why is the product called "In The Raw"?

What makes Monk Fruit In The Raw® different from other monk fruit products?

What is dextrose and why is it included in Monk Fruit In The Raw®?

Where can I purchase Monk Fruit In The Raw®?

Who manufactures Monk Fruit In The Raw®?

HOW TO USE IT

How can I use Monk Fruit In The Raw®?

Can you offer any baking tips for Monk Fruit In The Raw®?

What is the shelf life of Monk Fruit In The Raw®?

HEALTH AND DIETARY QUESTIONS

Is Monk Fruit In The Raw® safe for people with diabetes?

How many calories and carbohydrates are in a packet of Monk Fruit In The Raw®?

What is the Glycemic Index (GI) value of Monk Fruit In The Raw®?

Is Monk Fruit In The Raw® gluten-free?

Is Monk Fruit In The Raw®safe for people with celiac disease?

Is Monk Fruit In The Raw® vegan?

Is Monk Fruit In The Raw® kosher?


Additional Information

Client Q & A

What is dextrose and why is it included in Monk Fruit In The Raw®?

Dextrose is a natural carbohydrate derived from corn. Many sugar substitutes in powder form contain dextrose because it is a natural ingredient and does not change the flavor of the sweetener in the blend. In Monk Fruit In The Raw, dextrose is used to dilute the very potent monk fruit extract, which is about 200-300 times sweetener than sugar, to make it measurable for consumers.

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Download Monk Fruit In The Raw® FAQs (PDF)

Monkfruit FAQ


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