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Product description

Flavor Name:Old Fashioned Lemonade

SweetLeaf - Zero Calories, zero carbs, a non-glycemic response, and no artificial sweeteners. Thatâ s why it is the most popular stevia brand in the natural foods marketplace. SweetLeaf Stevia Sweetener was the first stevia Sweetener to receive gras status from the FDA and is the only stevia Sweetener to win twenty-five international awards for taste, innovation, and sustainability. We are committed to providing consumers with the highest-quality, best-tasting stevia sweeteners. Try our new monk fruit products.


From the manufacturer

SweetLeaf Monk Fruit Sweeteners

Did you know?

SweetLeaf makes more than just stevia products. In 2020, SweetLeaf released a line of all-natural sweeteners derived from the ancient monk fruit, discovered in southeast Asia. Dating back more than 800 years, our monk fruit sweetener is the perfect sugar replacement.

Why Monk Fruit?

Monk fruit extract is zero calories, zero sugar, and even has a zero-glycemic-response index so it will not increase blood sugar levels. It measures bakes and browns like sugar making it the perfect product to replace sugar in all of your family recipes. 300x sweeter than sugar, a little bit of monk fruit goes a long way.

As a company, there are several things that we’re proud to say make SweetLeaf unique:

  • SweetLeaf is a family owned company. In fact, Mr. May’s son, Michael, has now taken the reins and is keeping his father’s legacy alive. You can expect that family-owned feel anytime you interact with our company.
  • SweetLeaf is focused on sustainability, traceability, and transparency. We support the economy of organic farmers all over the globe by sourcing our ingredients from small family-owned farms. We also work directly with agricultural scientists to constantly improve organic farming techniques so both our company and the farmers can thrive. SweetLeaf is also passionate about improving the living conditions of these organic farmers and their employees, providing them access to potable water, education for their children, and safe housing.
  • SweetLeaf is made with quality ingredients for a better tasting product. We use the highest quality ingredients available in all of our products in order to ensure that you, our customers, have a superior sweet experience every time.
  • SweetLeaf cares about our customers' health. Our longstanding relationship with The American Heart Association puts the health of our customers at the forefront of our business. We are proud to support The American Heart Association’s Healthy for Good movement.

SweetLeaf Organic Monk Fruit Liquid, Water Enhancer, Old Fashion

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