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Issue Date: Vol. 52, No. 10, October 2012, Posted On: 10/4/2012

Monk Fruit In The Raw Expands Sweetener Options

Emily Jed
TAGS: vending, office coffee service, OCS supplies, Cumberland Packaging, all-natural sweeteners, monk fruit, Monk Fruit In The Raw, sugar substitute

BROOKLYN, NY -- Cumberland Packaging is expanding its family of all-natural sweeteners with Monk Fruit In The Raw.

The zero-calorie sugar substitute is made from monk fruit, a small green melon native to Asia. It contains dextrose, a natural carbohydrate derived from corn. Each packet reportedly packs twice the sweetness of sugar.

Monk Fruit In The Raw comes in orange single-serve packets in a 40-ct. box. It joins other Cumberland sweeteners, including Sugar In The Raw, Stevia In The Raw and organic Agave In The Raw.

Last month, McNeill Nutritionals introduced a zero-calorie monk fruit-based sweetener called Nectresse. | SEE STORY

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