ABOUT THIS ITEM
A Healthier Alternative to Sugar
Monk fruit was originally discovered in Asia, and takes its name from the Buddhist monks who first cultivated for its sweetness and healing properties.
Monk Fruit is most commonly consumed dried or powdered. Unlike most fruits, who derive their sweetness from fructose sugar, Monk Fruit's sweetness comes from a a substance called mogroside, which tastes extremely sweet, but contains negligible calories.
1 cut of Monk Fruit = 1 cup of sugar