Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is a great-tasting liquid sweetener with a low glycemic index made from the blue agave plant.

The ingredients in Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 are organic agave nectar, water and organic stevia leaf extract.

The agave plant is a large, spiky plant that resembles cactus or yuccas in both form and habitat. There are more than 100 species, but due to blue agave’s high carbohydrate content (which results in a high percentage of fructose in the final nectar), blue agave is the preferred species for producing nectar for consumption.

The core (pina) of the agave plant is harvested and sap is extracted, filtered, and heated at a low temperature, which breaks down the carbohydrates into sugars. Lighter and darker varieties of agave nectar are made from the same plants, but final color varies due to filtration and the agave’s natural color.

Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50, which includes agave nectar and stevia extract, has a medium amber color. The lighter syrups undergo less heating and a more thorough filtration to produce a more mildly flavored product that is neutral enough to be used in many culinary applications. The darker syrups are filtered less, and the solids left in the syrup make for a stronger nectar with a flavor sometimes compared to maple syrup. As agave syrup is produced from natural products having color variance, colors will differ in appearance from time to time.

Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is most easily substituted for liquid sugars since it’s already in liquid form and the difference in moisture will usually be negligible. Because of its lower glycemic index, Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 makes an excellent substitute for many natural and refined liquid sugars, including: honey, maple syrup, brown rice syrup and corn syrup.

The stevia plant, a member of the chrysanthemum family, is native to the mountains of South America, where the Guarani people have been using its leaves to sweeten herbal teas for centuries. Today, stevia is grown in many countries outside of South America including China, India and South Korea, and is used to sweeten food and beverages throughout the world. The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories.

The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are part of the sweetest part of the stevia plant and more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories. The stevia leaf extracts we use contain steviol glycosides known as rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M). An extraction process is needed to get these sweet rebaudiosides separated from the other parts of the leaf, which can have bitterness and other flavors.

The stevia leaf extract is extracted from dried and crushed stevia leaves. To extract the stevia plant’s intense natural sweetness, after the leaves have been dried and milled, they are steeped in fresh water and the resulting liquid extract is filtered, purified, and dried. It is then purified further to obtain the steviol glycosides used in our products. The extraction process does not chemically change the rebaudiosides from what is found in the unprocessed leaves.

Yes. Stevia leaf extracts have been studied extensively and have been found to be safe for human consumption. The raw stevia leaf has other components that do not taste like sugar and often have an aftertaste. The extraction process enables us to get our desired sweet taste profile.

Yes. The stevia leaf extract is comprised of rebaudiosides, which are a natural component of the stevia plant. The rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M) are non-synthetic (not produced by a chemical reaction) and nothing about them is chemically or structurally altered when extracted from the stevia plant.

Stevia leaf extract is more than 200 times sweeter than sugar so only a small amount is needed to add the full sweetness of a tablespoon of agave in just a 1/2 tablespoon of Agave 50.

All of the ingredients in Whole Earth are processed to assure consistency of taste, safety and stability. Depending upon the ingredient, our suppliers may use chemicals to process the ingredient, but none of these processing aids remain in the final ingredient at detectable levels. Under U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations, these processing aids are not subject to labeling requirements because they have no technical or functional effect in the finished food.

The serving size of Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is 1/2 tablespoon. It provides the equivalent sweetness to a 1 tablespoon serving of traditional agave nectar.

Each bottle of Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 contains 30 servings.

There are 30 calories in a serving of Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50.

A serving of Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 contains 8 grams of carbohydrate.

Each serving of Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is equivalent to 1 tablespoon of traditional agave nectar and half the calories.

The addition of stevia to our agave allows you to cut the serving size in half and still get the same sweetness as regular agave. As a result, a full serving of Agave 50 (1/2 tablespoon) has the same sweetness as a full serving of regular agave (1 tablespoon) but with half the calories. Same sweet, half the calories.

Yes, agave has calories. However, agave has a lower glycemic index than sugar.

The glycemic index of agave generally scores under 30 as compared to granulated sugar, which has an average glycemic index in the high 60s.

The glycemic index of Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 would be the same as agave syrup. While the stevia extract in Agave 50 has a glycemic index of 0, the agave syrup scores would be under 30 as compared to granulated sugar, which has an average glycemic index in the high 60s.

Yes, all the ingredients in Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 are organic.

“Organic is a labeling term that indicates that the food or other agricultural product has been produced through approved methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. Synthetic fertilizers, sewage, sludge, irradiation and genetic engineering may not be used.” (USDA National Organic Program)

The ingredients in Agave 50 are certified by global certifier ECOCERT and the USDA.

Yes. The ingredients in Agave 50 are produced without bioengineering, and our product is Non-GMO Project verified.

The Non-GMO Project’s mission is to “preserve and build sources of non-GMO products, educate consumers and provide verified non-GMO choices.” It offers third party verification and labeling for non-GMO food and products in North America. Part of its mission is to “educate consumers and the food industry to help build awareness about GMOs and their impact on our health.”

The glycemic index is a way of measuring the relative impact of foods on blood sugar levels. Foods with a high glycemic index have carbohydrates that the body can convert quickly to sugar, which makes them more likely to cause a quick rise in blood sugar.

While Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 has half the calories and carbohydrates of honey, it DOES have calories and carbohydrates that must be taken into consideration in a diabetes meal plan. Those with diabetes or concerned about glucose levels must consider the impact on their diet of the Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 and the other ingredients used in foods sweetened with Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50.

Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 contains half the calories and carbohydrate of agave nectar. Like any other sweetener, it can be included in a weight loss/management meal plan.

Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 has all the useful properties of real sugars and has a lower glycemic index. Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 works very well in everyday cooking, such as making salad dressings and creating delicious sauces. And because it mixes easily into cold beverages, Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is also great for sweetening summer drinks and smoothies.

Since Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 includes real sugars (fructose and glucose), Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 performs admirably in the kitchen and bakery. It provides functionality as a browning agent, a humectant, a softener and a preservative (moisture, browning, tenderness and bulk).

Visit our Conversion Chart to convert Agave 50 to the right usage amount as regular agave in your favorite recipes.

Yes, Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is gluten free and appropriate for individuals following a gluten-free lifestyle.

Yes, Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is certified kosher Parve.

It is certified kosher by OU (Orthodox Union Kosher).

OU Kosher is the world’s largest and most widely recognized kosher certification agency, certifying more than 500,000 products in more than 6,000 plants located in 80 countries around the world.

Currently, Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is only available in an 11.75 ounce bottle.

Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is manufactured for Whole Earth Sweetener Company, LLC.

Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is available at select retailers.

Please check the product locator to find a store near you.

Yes. Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 is available online on Amazon for purchase.

For questions about Whole Earth Sweetener Agave 50 call 1-800-824-2334 or visit our Contact Us page.

Baking Blend is combination of raw cane sugar and sweet, zero calorie stevia leaf extract, creating golden crystals of goodness with 50% fewer calories than sugar.

Baking Blend bakes and browns like sugar with half the calories.

The ingredients in Baking Blend are Raw Cane Sugar and Stevia Leaf Extract.

The serving size for Baking Blend is 1/2 teaspoon (2 grams).

There are 10 calories in a serving of Baking Blend.

There are 2 grams of carbohydrate in a serving of Baking Blend.

Each 1/2 teaspoon of Baking Blend is equivalent in sweetness to 1 teaspoon of sugar.

For baking purposes, use 1/2 cup of Baking Blend for 1 cup of sugar.

The addition of stevia to our sugar allows you to cut the serving size in half and still get the same sweetness as regular sugar. As a result, a full serving of Baking Blend (1/2 teaspoon) has the same sweetness as a full serving of regular sugar (1 teaspoon) but with half the calories. Same sweet, half the calories.

Baking Blend combines the zero calorie sweetness of stevia leaf extract with raw cane sugar creates golden crystals of goodness. The potency of stevia leaf extract provides a high level of sweetness that allows for a reduction in the amount of sugar used, while at the same time keeping the same sweetness. With 50% fewer calories than sugar, Baking Blend brings a great-tasting sweetness to baked goods.

1/2 cup Baking Blend (400 calories) sweetens like 1 cup of sugar (800 calories).

Raw cane sugar is a sugar cane-based, minimally processed and refined sugar. It is medium brown in color and has large crystals.

The stevia plant, a member of the chrysanthemum family, is native to the mountains of South America, where the Guarani people have been using its leaves to sweeten herbal teas for centuries. Today, stevia is grown in many countries outside of South America including China, India and South Korea, and is used to sweeten food and beverages throughout the world. The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories.

The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are part of the sweetest part of the stevia plant and more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories. The stevia leaf extracts we use contain steviol glycosides known as rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M). An extraction process is needed to get these sweet rebaudiosides separated from the other parts of the leaf, which can have bitterness and other flavors.

The stevia leaf extract is extracted from dried and crushed stevia leaves. To extract the stevia plant’s intense natural sweetness, after the leaves have been dried and milled, they are steeped in fresh water and the resulting liquid extract is filtered, purified, and dried. It is then purified further to obtain the steviol glycosides used in our products. The extraction process does not chemically change the rebaudiosides from what is found in the unprocessed leaves.

Yes. Stevia leaf extracts have been studied extensively and have been found to be safe for human consumption. The raw stevia leaf has other components that do not taste like sugar and often have an aftertaste. The extraction process enables us to get our desired sweet taste profile.

Yes. The stevia leaf extract is comprised of rebaudiosides, which are a natural component of the stevia plant. The rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M) are non-synthetic (not produced by a chemical reaction) and nothing about them is chemically or structurally altered when extracted from the stevia plant.

Stevia leaf extract is more than 200 times sweeter than sugar so only a small amount is needed to add the full sweetness of a teaspoon of sugar in just a 1/2 teaspoon of Baking Blend.

All of the ingredients in Whole Earth are processed to assure consistency of taste, safety and stability. Depending upon the ingredient, our suppliers may use chemicals to process the ingredient, but none of these processing aids remain in the final ingredient at detectable levels. Under U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations, these processing aids are not subject to labeling requirements because they have no technical or functional effect in the finished food.

Yes. The ingredients in Baking Blend are produced without bioengineering and our product is Non-GMO Project verified.

The Non-GMO Project’s mission is to “preserve and build sources of non-GMO products, educate consumers and provide verified non-GMO choices.” It offers North America third party verification and labeling for non-GMO food and products in North America. Part of its mission is to “educate consumers and the food industry to help build awareness about GMOs and their impact on our health.”

While Baking Blend has half the calories and carbohydrates of sugar, it DOES have calories and carbohydrates that must be taken into consideration in a diabetes meal plan. Those with diabetes or concerned about glucose levels must consider the impact on their diet of the Baking Blend and the other ingredients used in foods sweetened with Baking Blend.

Yes, Baking Blend is gluten free and appropriate for individuals following a gluten-free lifestyle.

Yes, Baking Blend is certified kosher Parve.

It is certified kosher by OU (Orthodox Union Kosher).

OU Kosher is the world’s largest and most widely recognized kosher certification agency, certifying more than 500,000 products in more than 6,000 plants located in 80 countries around the world.

*Early packaging inadvertently left off the kosher symbol but all Whole Earth Baking Blend products are certified kosher by OU.

Baking Blend is currently available in the 1.5 pound package only.

Baking Blend is manufactured for Whole Earth Sweetener Company, LLC.

Yes. Baking Blend is perfect for cooking and baking. It browns and bakes like sugar.

Simply use half the amount of Baking Blend as you would sugar.

Visit our Conversion Chart for many common recipe measurements conversions to sugar

Whole Earth Sweetener Baking Blend is available at select retailers.

Please check the product locator to find a store near you.

Yes. Whole Earth Sweetener Baking Blend is available online on Amazon for purchase.

For questions about Baking Blend, call 1-800-824-2334 or visit our Contact Us page.

Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 is a blend of organic honey and stevia.

The ingredients in Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 are Organic Honey, Water and Organic Stevia Leaf Extract.

The serving size is 1/2 tablespoon.

There are 31 servings in each bottle of Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50.

Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 has 30 calories per serving.

Each serving of Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 contains 8 grams of carbohydrate.

Each serving of Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 is equivalent to the sweetness of 1 tablespoon of traditional honey and half the calories.

The addition of stevia to our honey allows you to cut the serving size in half and still get the same sweetness as regular honey. As a result, a full serving of Honey 50 (1/2 tablespoon) has the same sweetness as a full serving of regular honey (1 tablespoon) but with half the calories. Same sweet, half the calories.

The stevia plant, a member of the chrysanthemum family, is native to the mountains of South America, where the Guarani people have been using its leaves to sweeten herbal teas for centuries. Today, stevia is grown in many countries outside of South America including China, India and South Korea, and is used to sweeten food and beverages throughout the world. The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories.

The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are part of the sweetest part of the stevia plant and more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories. The stevia leaf extracts we use contain steviol glycosides known as rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M). An extraction process is needed to get these sweet rebaudiosides separated from the other parts of the leaf, which can have bitterness and other flavors.

The stevia leaf extract is extracted from dried and crushed stevia leaves. To extract the stevia plant’s intense natural sweetness, after the leaves have been dried and milled, they are steeped in fresh water and the resulting liquid extract is filtered, purified, and dried. It is then purified further to obtain the steviol glycosides used in our products. The extraction process does not chemically change the rebaudiosides from what is found in the unprocessed leaves.

Yes. Stevia leaf extracts have been studied extensively and have been found to be safe for human consumption. The raw stevia leaf has other components that do not taste like sugar and often have an aftertaste. The extraction process enables us to get our desired sweet taste profile.

Yes. The stevia leaf extract is comprised of rebaudiosides, which are a natural component of the stevia plant. The rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M) are non-synthetic (not produced by a chemical reaction) and nothing about them is chemically or structurally altered when extracted from the stevia plant.

Stevia leaf extract is more than 200 times sweeter than sugar so only a small amount is needed to add the full sweetness of a tablespoon of agave in just a 1/2 tablespoon of Honey 50.

All of the ingredients in Whole Earth are processed to assure consistency of taste, safety and stability. Depending upon the ingredient, our suppliers may use chemicals to process the ingredient, but none of these processing aids remain in the final ingredient at detectable levels. Under U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations, these processing aids are not subject to labeling requirements because they have no technical or functional effect in the finished food.

Yes. The honey and stevia leaf extract in Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 are organic.

“Organic is a labeling term that indicates that the food or other agricultural product has been produced through approved methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. Synthetic fertilizers, sewage, sludge, irradiation and genetic engineering may not be used.” (USDA National Organic Program)

The ingredients in Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 are certified by global certifier ECOCERT and the USDA.

Yes. The ingredients in Honey 50 are produced without bioengineering, and our product is Non-GMO Project verified.

The Non-GMO Project’s mission is to “preserve and build sources of non-GMO products, educate consumers and provide verified non-GMO choices.” It offers third party verification and labeling for non-GMO food and products in North America. Part of its mission is to “educate consumers and the food industry to help build awareness about GMOs and their impact on our health.”

While Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 has half the calories and carbohydrates of honey, it DOES have calories and carbohydrates that must be taken into consideration in a diabetes meal plan. Those with diabetes or concerned about glucose levels must consider the impact on their diet of the Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 and the other ingredients used in foods sweetened with Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50.

Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 is a versatile ingredient in the kitchen. Not only does it add flavor and is delicious in hot teas, cold beverages, salad dressing and sauces, but it has functional benefits such as providing moisture and enhancing browning to baked goods.

Substitute Honey 50 in your favorite recipes by just using half the amount as regular honey. Visit our Conversion Chart for common recipe measurements.

Yes, Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 is gluten free and appropriate for individuals following a gluten-free lifestyle.

Yes, Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 is certified kosher Parve.

It is certified kosher by OU (Orthodox Union Kosher).

OU Kosher is the world’s largest and most widely recognized kosher certification agency, certifying more than 500,000 products in more than 6,000 plants located in 80 countries around the world.

Currently Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 is only available in a 12-ounce bottle.

Honey 50 is manufactured for Whole Earth Sweetener Company, LLC.

The crystallization of honey is natural and spontaneous. It has not effect on the honey except for color and texture. If your Honey 50 appears to be crystalized, simply put the bottle in warm water to bring back to liquid state.

Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 is available at select retailers.

Please check the product locator to find a store near you.

Yes. Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 is available online on Amazon for purchase.

For questions about Whole Earth Sweetener Honey 50 call 1-800-824-2334 or visit our Contact Us page.

The ingredients in Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit packets are Erythritol, Stevia Leaf Extract, Natural Flavors, and Monk Fruit Extract.

The serving size is one packet. See the nutritional panel for the specific serving size and nutrition.

Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit packets are currently available in 3 sizes: 40 count, 80 count and 400 count (Club Stores).

Each serving/packet of Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit is 0 calories.

The amount of carbohydrate may vary by packet serving size. See the nutrition panel of the specific packet for serving size. At most, there is 2 grams of carbohydrate in the 2 gram packet.

Each packet of Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit is equivalent in sweetness to 1.5 teaspoons of sugar.

Erythritol is a sugar alcohol, which is a carbohydrate but has virtually zero calories per gram.

Per FDA regulations, the product is labeled as zero calories as it has less than 5 calories per packet. The 2 grams of carbohydrate is from the erythritol, which is a sugar alcohol with virtually zero calories per gram.  The Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Nutrition Facts panel is in compliance with all regulations.

Erythritol is a sugar alcohol (polyol) used as a sweetener in many reduced calorie foods. The erythritol in our products is obtained through the fermentation of glucose from non-GMO corn using yeast. It is similar to the erythritol that occurs naturally in fruits like pears, melons and grapes. Erythritol’s caloric value of zero calories per gram, low glycemic index, crystalline appearance, and high digestive tolerance distinguish it from some other sugar alcohols.

Erythritol’s high digestive tolerance distinguishes it from other polyols.

The FDA has given erythritol GRAS status (Generally Recognized as Safe).

The stevia plant, a member of the chrysanthemum family, is native to the mountains of South America, where the Guarani people have been using its leaves to sweeten herbal teas for centuries. Today, stevia is grown in many countries outside of South America including China, India and South Korea, and is used to sweeten food and beverages throughout the world. The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories.

The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are part of the sweetest part of the stevia plant and more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories. The stevia leaf extracts we use contain steviol glycosides known as rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M). An extraction process is needed to get these sweet rebaudiosides separated from the other parts of the leaf, which can have bitterness and other flavors.

The stevia leaf extract is extracted from dried and crushed stevia leaves. To extract the stevia plant’s intense natural sweetness, after the leaves have been dried and milled, they are steeped in fresh water and the resulting liquid extract is filtered, purified, and dried. It is then purified further to obtain the steviol glycosides used in our products. The extraction process does not chemically change the rebaudiosides from what is found in the unprocessed leaves.

Yes. Stevia leaf extracts have been studied extensively and have been found to be safe for human consumption. The raw stevia leaf has other components that do not taste like sugar and often have an aftertaste. The extraction process enables us to get our desired sweet taste profile.

Yes. The stevia leaf extract is comprised of rebaudiosides, which are a natural component of the stevia plant. The rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M) are non-synthetic (not produced by a chemical reaction) and nothing about them is chemically or structurally altered when extracted from the stevia plant.

Stevia leaf extract is more than 200 times sweeter than sugar so only a small amount is needed to sweeten like 1.5 teaspoons of sugar.

Monk fruit, also known as lo han guo, is a small, round sub-tropical melon grown in Southeast Asia. According to legend, the fruit is named after Buddhist monks who first cultivate the fruit nearly 800 years ago.

Monk fruit extract is made by first juicing the monk fruit, then filtering out insoluble plant material, extracting out a high concentration of the main sweetening component, Mogroside V, and finally drying into a powder. The final extract is about 150–200 times sweeter than sugar and contributes virtually no calories in application.

Yes. Scientific research and a long history of safe use show that monk fruit sweeteners can be safely consumed. In 2009 in the U.S., monk fruit sweeteners were given Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) status. The FDA has reviewed the published research, listened to expert opinions and, based on the evidence, has no objections to ingredient maker determinations that monk fruit sweeteners are safe for use in foods and beverages.

The foundation of natural flavors is ingredients that come from nature. The term “natural flavor” is defined by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. 21 CFR 101.22(a)(3).

Our use of natural flavors is to heighten the taste of food, and we carefully choose the natural flavors we select to best complement the taste of our sweeteners.

All of the ingredients in Whole Earth are processed to assure consistency of taste, safety and stability. Depending upon the ingredient, our suppliers may use chemicals to process the ingredient, but none of these processing aids remain in the final ingredient at detectable levels. Under U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations, these processing aids are not subject to labeling requirements because they have no technical or functional effect in the finished food.

Yes. The ingredients in Stevia Leaf Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener are produced without bioengineering, and our product is Non-GMO Project verified.

The Non-GMO Project’s mission is to “preserve and build sources of non-GMO products, educate consumers and provide verified non-GMO choices.” It offers third party verification and labeling for non-GMO food and products in North America. Part of its mission is to “educate consumers and the food industry to help build awareness about GMOs and their impact on our health.”

Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is appropriate for use by individuals with diabetes. Sugar substitutes, such as Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit, can be used to sweeten foods and drinks with fewer calories and carbohydrates when they replace sugar. One serving of Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit contains 0 calories and up to 2 grams of carbohydrate. Those with diabetes or concerned about glucose levels should consider the impact on their diet of other ingredients used in foods sweetened with Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit. A food or beverage containing Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit may still have calories and carbohydrates, so always check Nutrition Facts or other sources.

Yes, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit is gluten free and appropriate for individuals following a gluten-free lifestyle.

Yes, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is certified kosher Parve. It is certified kosher by OU (Orthodox Union Kosher). OU Kosher is the world’s largest and most widely recognized kosher certification agency, certifying more than 500,000 products in more than 6,000 plants located in 80 countries around the world.

Currently Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is available in packets in 40 count, 80 count, and 400 count cartons (Club stores). It is also available in a similar format in spoonable jar and squeezable liquid.

Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is manufactured for Whole Earth Sweetener Company, LLC.

Yes, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit is heat stable and can be used in a variety of recipes. While sugar substitutes such as Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener provide sweetness, they don’t provide the bulk, tenderness and browning properties of sugar. Our Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Sweetener works best in recipes where the primary role of sugar is to sweeten, such as in beverages, sauces and salad dressings. Additionally, in baked goods where other ingredients provide the bulk, such as fruit pies and cheesecakes, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit is a great 0 calorie sweetening choice. Visit our conversion chart to learn how much Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Sweetener you need to replace sugar in your recipes to get the same sweetness.

Whole Earth Stevia & Monk Fruit Sweetener is available at select retailers.

Please check the product locator to find a store near you.

Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is available online on Amazon for purchase.

For questions about Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener call 1-800-824-2334 or visit our Contact Us page.

Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is a crunchy, delicious sweetener with half the calories of sugar per serving. A 1/2 teaspoon (1 packet) of Turbinado Raw Cane 50 sweetens like 1 teaspoon of sugar.

The ingredients in Turbinado Raw Cane 50 are Turbinado Raw Cane Sugar and Organic Stevia Leaf Extract.

The serving size of Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is one packet (1.7 grams).

There are 5 calories in a serving/packet of Turbinado Raw Cane 50.

There are 2 grams of carbohydrate in a serving/packet of Turbinado Raw Cane 50.

One serving/packet of Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is as sweet as 1 teaspoon of sugar sweetness.

Per FDA nutrition labeling guidelines, the calories have been rounded. (Unrounded calories per serving are 7.5.) The Nutrition Facts panel complies with FDA guidelines.

By using half the amount of sugar with the remaining sweetness coming from the Organic Stevia Leaf Extract. The high level of potency of the stevia leaf extract provides a high level of sweetness that allows for the reduction in the amount of sugar used, while at the same time keeping the same sweetness.

Turbinado sugar is a sugar cane-based, minimally processed and refined sugar. It is medium brown in color and has large crystals. It is called turbinado sugar for the “turbines”ť or centrifuges in which it is spun. Turbinado comes from the first pressing of the sugar cane. It has large crystals and retains some of the molasses flavor, which is a natural byproduct of the sugar process.

Turbinado sugar contains more moisture than regular white or brown sugars, which can be beneficial in baked items such as cookies and muffins.

The stevia plant, a member of the chrysanthemum family, is native to the mountains of South America, where the Guarani people have been using its leaves to sweeten herbal teas for centuries. Today, stevia is grown in many countries outside of South America including China, India and South Korea, and is used to sweeten food and beverages throughout the world. The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories.

The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are part of the sweetest part of the stevia plant and more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories. The stevia leaf extracts we use contain steviol glycosides known as rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M). An extraction process is needed to get these sweet rebaudiosides separated from the other parts of the leaf, which can have bitterness and other flavors.

The stevia leaf extract is extracted from dried and crushed stevia leaves. To extract the stevia plant’s intense natural sweetness, after the leaves have been dried and milled, they are steeped in fresh water and the resulting liquid extract is filtered, purified, and dried. It is then purified further to obtain the steviol glycosides used in our products. The extraction process does not chemically change the rebaudiosides from what is found in the unprocessed leaves.

Yes. Stevia leaf extracts have been studied extensively and have been found to be safe for human consumption. The raw stevia leaf has other components that do not taste like sugar and often have an aftertaste. The extraction process enables us to get our desired sweet taste profile.

Yes. The stevia leaf extract is comprised of rebaudiosides, which are a natural component of the stevia plant. The rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M) are non-synthetic (not produced by a chemical reaction) and nothing about them is chemically or structurally altered when extracted from the stevia plant.

Stevia leaf extract is more than 200 times sweeter than sugar so only a small amount is needed to add the full sweetness of a teaspoon of sugar in just a 1/2 teaspoon of Raw Cane 50.

Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is made with Non-GMO ingredients. Additionally, the stevia leaf extract is organic.

Our product is Non-GMO Project verified.

The Non-GMO Project’s mission is to “preserve and build sources of non-GMO products, educate consumers and provide verified non-GMO choices.” It offers third party verification and labeling for non-GMO food and products in North America. Part of its mission is to “educate consumers and the food industry to help build awareness about GMOs and their impact on our health.”

“Organic is a labeling term that indicates that the food or other agricultural product has been produced through approved methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. Synthetic fertilizers, sewage, sludge, irradiation and genetic engineering may not be used.” (USDA National Organic Program)

The stevia extract in Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is certified by global certifier ECOCERT and the USDA.

While Turbinado Raw Cane 50 has half the calories and carbohydrates of sugar, it DOES have calories and carbohydrates that must be taken into consideration in a diabetes meal plan. Those with diabetes or concerned about glucose levels must consider the impact on their diet of the Turbinado Raw Cane 50 and the other ingredients used in foods sweetened with Turbinado Raw Cane 50.

Yes, Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is gluten free and appropriate for individuals following a gluten-free lifestyle.

Yes, Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is certified Kosher parve.

Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is certified kosher by OU (Orthodox Union Kosher).

OU Kosher is the world’s largest and most widely recognized kosher certification agency, certifying more than 500,000 products in more than 6,000 plants located in 80 countries around the world.

Currently Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is only available in a 100-packet carton.

Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is manufactured for Whole Earth Sweetener Company, LLC.

Turbinado Raw Cane 50 can be used in a variety of recipes.

Recipes that call for turbinado sugar tend to use it as a replacement for traditional brown sugar. It contains more moisture than regular white or brown sugars, which can be beneficial in things such as cookies and muffins. In contrast, to avoid making the end product soggy, one should not replace table sugar with turbinado in recipes that already have several ingredients providing moisture.

Turbinado sugar is the ultimate topping for cakes, cookies, muffins, crumbles and pies.

Just 1/2 teaspoon sweetens like 1 teaspoon of traditional turbinado sugar. Visit our conversion chart for common unit of measurement conversions to use in place of sugar in your favorite recipes.

Stir turbinado into tea or coffee for a taste that’s reminiscent of brown sugar or molasses. However, because of its coarser granules turbinado raw cane sugar may take longer to dissolve when using to sweeten beverages

Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is available at select retailers.

Please check the product locator to find a store near you.

Turbinado Raw Cane 50 is available online on Amazon for purchase.

For any questions about Turbinado Raw Cane 50 call 1-800-824-2334 or visit our Contact Us page.

The ingredients in Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit jar are Erythritol, Stevia Leaf Extract, and Monk Fruit Extract.

The serving size is 1/2 teaspoon or 2 grams.

The size of the jar is 9.8 ounces or 280 grams, which is about 140 servings.

Each serving of Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit is 0 calories.

The Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Sweetener in the jar has 2 grams of carbohydrate per serving.

Each serving of Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit (jar) is equivalent in sweetness to 1.5 teaspoons of sugar.

Erythritol is a sugar alcohol, which is a carbohydrate but has virtually zero calories per gram.

Per FDA regulations, the product is labeled as zero calories as it has less than 5 calories per serving. The 2 grams of carbohydrate is from the erythritol, which is a sugar alcohol with virtually zero calories per gram.  The Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Nutrition Facts panel is in compliance with all regulations.

Erythritol is a sugar alcohol (polyol) used as a sweetener in many reduced calorie foods. The erythritol in our products is obtained through the fermentation of glucose from non-GMO corn using yeast. It is similar to the erythritol that occurs naturally in fruits like pears, melons and grapes. Erythritol’s caloric value of zero calories per gram, low glycemic index, crystalline appearance, and high digestive tolerance distinguish it from some other sugar alcohols.

Erythritol’s high digestive tolerance distinguishes it from other polyols.

The FDA has given erythritol GRAS status (Generally Recognized as Safe).

The stevia plant, a member of the chrysanthemum family, is native to the mountains of South America, where the Guarani people have been using its leaves to sweeten herbal teas for centuries. Today, stevia is grown in many countries outside of South America including China, India and South Korea, and is used to sweeten food and beverages throughout the world. The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories.

The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are part of the sweetest part of the stevia plant and more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories. The stevia leaf extracts we use contain steviol glycosides known as rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M). An extraction process is needed to get these sweet rebaudiosides separated from the other parts of the leaf, which can have bitterness and other flavors.

The stevia leaf extract is extracted from dried and crushed stevia leaves. To extract the stevia plant’s intense natural sweetness, after the leaves have been dried and milled, they are steeped in fresh water and the resulting liquid extract is filtered, purified, and dried. It is then purified further to obtain the steviol glycosides used in our products. The extraction process does not chemically change the rebaudiosides from what is found in the unprocessed leaves.

Yes. Stevia leaf extracts have been studied extensively and have been found to be safe for human consumption. The raw stevia leaf has other components that do not taste like sugar and often have an aftertaste. The extraction process enables us to get our desired sweet taste profile.

Yes. The stevia leaf extract is comprised of rebaudiosides, which are a natural component of the stevia plant. The rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M) are non-synthetic (not produced by a chemical reaction) and nothing about them is chemically or structurally altered when extracted from the stevia plant.

Stevia leaf extract is more than 200 times sweeter than sugar so only a small amount is needed to sweeten in each serving.

Monk fruit, also known as lo han guo, is a small, round sub-tropical melon grown in Southeast Asia. According to legend, the fruit is named after Buddhist monks who first cultivate the fruit nearly 800 years ago.

Monk fruit extract is made by first juicing the monk fruit, then filtering out insoluble plant material, extracting out a high concentration of the main sweetening component, Mogroside V, and finally drying into a powder. The final extract is about 150–200 times sweeter than sugar and contributes virtually no calories in application.

Yes. Scientific research and a long history of safe use show that monk fruit sweeteners can be safely consumed. In 2009 in the U.S., monk fruit sweeteners were given Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) status. The FDA has reviewed the published research, listened to expert opinions and, based on the evidence, has no objections to ingredient maker determinations that monk fruit sweeteners are safe for use in foods and beverages.

All of the ingredients in Whole Earth are processed to assure consistency of taste, safety and stability. Depending upon the ingredient, our suppliers may use chemicals to process the ingredient, but none of these processing aids remain in the final ingredient at detectable levels. Under U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations, these processing aids are not subject to labeling requirements because they have no technical or functional effect in the finished food.

Yes. The ingredients in Stevia Leaf Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener are produced without bioengineering, and our product is Non-GMO Project verified.

The Non-GMO Project’s mission is to “preserve and build sources of non-GMO products, educate consumers and provide verified non-GMO choices.” It offers third party verification and labeling for non-GMO food and products in North America. Part of its mission is to “educate consumers and the food industry to help build awareness about GMOs and their impact on our health.”

Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is appropriate for use by individuals with diabetes. Sugar substitutes, such as Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit, can be used to sweeten foods and drinks with fewer calories and carbohydrates when they replace sugar. One serving of Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit contains 0 calories and up to 2 grams of carbohydrate. Those with diabetes or concerned about glucose levels should consider the impact on their diet of other ingredients used in foods sweetened with Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit. A food or beverage containing Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit may still have calories and carbohydrates, so always check Nutrition Facts or other sources.

Yes, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit is gluten free and appropriate for individuals following a gluten-free lifestyle.

Yes, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is certified kosher Parve. It is certified kosher by OU (Orthodox Union Kosher). OU Kosher is the world’s largest and most widely recognized kosher certification agency, certifying more than 500,000 products in more than 6,000 plants located in 80 countries around the world.

Currently Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is available in packets in 40 count, 80 count, and 400 count cartons (Club stores). It is also available in a similar format in spoonable jar and squeezable liquid.

Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is manufactured for Whole Earth Sweetener Company, LLC.

Yes, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit is heat stable and can be used in a variety of recipes. While sugar substitutes such as Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener provide sweetness, they don’t provide the bulk, tenderness and browning properties of sugar. Our Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Sweetener works best in recipes where the primary role of sugar is to sweeten, such as in beverages, sauces and salad dressings. Additionally, in baked goods where other ingredients provide the bulk, such as fruit pies and cheesecakes, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit is a great 0 calorie sweetening choice. Visit our conversion chart to learn how much Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Sweetener you need to replace sugar in your recipes to get the same sweetness.

Whole Earth Stevia & Monk Fruit Sweetener is available at select retailers.

Please check the product locator to find a store near you.

Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is available online on Amazon for purchase.

For questions about Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener call 1-800-824-2334 or visit our Contact Us page.

We currently have three flavors: Original (unflavored), Vanilla flavor, and Raspberry flavor.

Use the Stevia & Monkfruit Liquid Sweetener just like you would use sugar or sugar substitutes in your beverages. It’s good in hot or cold beverages. The Raspberry flavor is even tasty in water!

The ingredients in Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Liquid are Organic Agave Nectar, Water, Stevia Leaf Extract, and Monk Fruit Extract. Additionally, there is natural flavor in the Raspberry and Vanilla varieties that provides the respective flavor.

The serving size is 1/8 of teaspoon or small squeeze.

The bottle has 80 servings.

Each serving of Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Liquid is 0 calories.

The Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Liquid Sweetener has less than 1 grams of carbohydrate per serving.

Each serving (1/8 teaspoon) of Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Liquid Sweetener is equivalent in sweetness to 1 teaspoons of sugar.

The stevia plant, a member of the chrysanthemum family, is native to the mountains of South America, where the Guarani people have been using its leaves to sweeten herbal teas for centuries. Today, stevia is grown in many countries outside of South America including China, India and South Korea, and is used to sweeten food and beverages throughout the world. The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories.

The leaves of the stevia plant contain unique materials known as steviol glycosides, which are part of the sweetest part of the stevia plant and more than 200 times sweeter than sugar without all the calories. The stevia leaf extracts we use contain steviol glycosides known as rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M). An extraction process is needed to get these sweet rebaudiosides separated from the other parts of the leaf, which can have bitterness and other flavors.

The stevia leaf extract is extracted from dried and crushed stevia leaves. To extract the stevia plant’s intense natural sweetness, after the leaves have been dried and milled, they are steeped in fresh water and the resulting liquid extract is filtered, purified, and dried. It is then purified further to obtain the steviol glycosides used in our products. The extraction process does not chemically change the rebaudiosides from what is found in the unprocessed leaves.

Yes. Stevia leaf extracts have been studied extensively and have been found to be safe for human consumption. The raw stevia leaf has other components that do not taste like sugar and often have an aftertaste. The extraction process enables us to get our desired sweet taste profile.

Yes. The stevia leaf extract is comprised of rebaudiosides, which are a natural component of the stevia plant. The rebaudiosides (Reb A, Reb D, and Reb M) are non-synthetic (not produced by a chemical reaction) and nothing about them is chemically or structurally altered when extracted from the stevia plant.

Stevia leaf extract is more than 200 times sweeter than sugar so only a small amount is needed to sweeten in each serving.

Monk fruit, also known as lo han guo, is a small, round sub-tropical melon grown in Southeast Asia. According to legend, the fruit is named after Buddhist monks who first cultivate the fruit nearly 800 years ago.

Monk fruit extract is made by first juicing the monk fruit, then filtering out insoluble plant material, extracting out a high concentration of the main sweetening component, Mogroside V, and finally drying into a powder. The final extract is about 150–200 times sweeter than sugar and contributes virtually no calories in application.

Yes. Scientific research and a long history of safe use show that monk fruit sweeteners can be safely consumed. In 2009 in the U.S., monk fruit sweeteners were given Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) status. The FDA has reviewed the published research, listened to expert opinions and, based on the evidence, has no objections to ingredient maker determinations that monk fruit sweeteners are safe for use in foods and beverages.

The agave plant is a large, spiky plant that resembles cactus or yuccas in both form and habitat. There are more than 100 species, but due to blue agave’s high carbohydrate content (which results in a high percentage of fructose in the final nectar), blue agave is the preferred species for producing nectar for consumption.

The core (pina) of the agave plant is harvested and sap is extracted, filtered, and heated at a low temperature, which breaks down the carbohydrates into sugars. Lighter and darker varieties of agave nectar are made from the same plants, but final color varies due to filtration and the agave’s natural color.

The agave in our liquid serves as the carrier for the stevia and monk fruit extracts. Additionally, with its unique properties, we do not need to add alcohol or other preservatives to our formula like many other stevia liquids.

Per FDA regulations, the product is labeled as zero calories as it has less than 5 calories per serving. Because stevia extract is 200 times more sweet than sugar, the serving size is only 1/8 teaspoon (0.8grams), which is a small amount of agave. The Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Liquid Nutrition Facts panel is in compliance with all regulations.

No it is not organic, but it is made with organic agave nectar.

“Organic is a labeling term that indicates that the food or other agricultural product has been produced through approved methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. Synthetic fertilizers, sewage, sludge, irradiation and genetic engineering may not be used.” (USDA National Organic Program)

The agave nectar used in Whole Earth Stevia & Monk Fruit Liquid Sweetener is certified by global certifier ECOCERT and the USDA.

All of the ingredients in Whole Earth are processed to assure consistency of taste, safety and stability. Depending upon the ingredient, our suppliers may use chemicals to process the ingredient, but none of these processing aids remain in the final ingredient at detectable levels. Under U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations, these processing aids are not subject to labeling requirements because they have no technical or functional effect in the finished food.

Yes. The ingredients in Stevia Leaf Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener are produced without bioengineering, and our product is Non-GMO Project verified.

The Non-GMO Project’s mission is to “preserve and build sources of non-GMO products, educate consumers and provide verified non-GMO choices.” It offers third party verification and labeling for non-GMO food and products in North America. Part of its mission is to “educate consumers and the food industry to help build awareness about GMOs and their impact on our health.”

Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is appropriate for use by individuals with diabetes. Sugar substitutes, such as Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit, can be used to sweeten foods and drinks with fewer calories and carbohydrates when they replace sugar. One serving of Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit contains 0 calories and less than 1 gram of carbohydrate. Those with diabetes or concerned about glucose levels should consider the impact on their diet of other ingredients used in foods sweetened with Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit. A food or beverage containing Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit may still have calories and carbohydrate, so always check Nutrition Facts or other sources.

Yes, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit is gluten free and appropriate for individuals following a gluten-free lifestyle.

Yes, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is certified kosher Parve. It is certified kosher by OU (Orthodox Union Kosher). OU Kosher is the world’s largest and most widely recognized kosher certification agency, certifying more than 500,000 products in more than 6,000 plants located in 80 countries around the world.

In addition to the liquid squeeze bottle, Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweeteners are available in packets in 40 count, 80 count, and 400 count cartons (Club stores), as well as in a spoonable jar.

Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener is manufactured for Whole Earth Sweetener Company, LLC.

Whole Earth Stevia & Monk Fruit Sweetener is available at select retailers.

Please check the product locator to find a store near you.

Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener will be available online on Amazon soon.

For questions about Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit 0 Calorie Sweetener call 1-800-824-2334 or visit our Contact Us page.