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itSpray Introduces its New Ingredient: Monk Fruit

itSpray Introduces its New Ingredient: Monk Fruit

itSpray solutions decided to replace sucralose with an alternative, all-natural, sweetener that comes from the mountains of China. According to monkfruit.org, monk fruit juice is twenty times sweeter than other fruit juices. This article introduces itSpray solution’s new ingredient: monk fruit. Continue reading to learn more about monk fruit, its health benefits, and how it’s used.

What exactly is monk fruit?

Monk fruit, as defined by their website monkfruit.org, is a “small sub-tropical melon that has been cultivated in the remote mountains of Southern China for centuries” This super-fruit’s ability to provide a sweet flavor without the calories comes from its antioxidants (WHAT IS MONK FRUIT?). Therefore, it has zero added calories from sugar. It is also FDA approved, 100% natural, and does not have any GMOs. Monk fruit sweeteners most commonly take the form of a powder. This is the most accessible form for consumers to buy online or at their local store.

What are its health benefits?

Conserve Energy Future talks about 13 different health benefits of monk fruit, a few of which include: weight loss, protection against diabetes, cancer prevention, and immune support. To learn about more of its many benefits, click on the link above.

How many other products use monk fruit? 

Monkfruit.org reported that since 2009, more than 800 products have monk fruit sweetener in them. A few of these well-known companies include Starbucks, Yoplait, Chobani, as well as Bolthouse Farms. You can even use monk fruit sweetener instead of sugar in your own baked goods.

Where can I buy it? 

Sadly, you cannot buy monk fruit at your local grocery store, but you can buy monk fruit sweetener in its powder form. You can find it on Amazon or Walmart’s website, as well as other local retailers.

This is what the product looks like on Amazon:

Monk fruit sweetener


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