Tiny Toad products use Monk Fruit to sweeten naturally without added sugar. Mogroside V, an antioxidant, is 300X sweeter than sugar, and is the sweet component of monk fruit. According to our taste testers, Monk Fruit has a cleaner sweet taste than stevia, without the same metallic aftertaste.
There are even better reasons than the great taste to use Monk Fruit. It has the same government safety rating as flour, eggs, and milk. Studies suggest that monk fruit has the following benefits:
Why Monk over Stevia?
Who knew Monk Fruit had so many great reasons to use it! What do you think about the taste of Monk vs. Stevia? Join the conversation!
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