natural sweeteners

Here you will find natural alternatives to highly processed sugar. These alternatives will also provide small amounts of nutrients that you do not get in regular sugar.

honey, wildflower, 24oz, live live & organic
$ 32.00
Rare form of honey, a very nutritious sweetener! Our honey has never been heated, blended, filtered or processed in any way and is produced in upstate New York near the Adirondack mountain range. Our honey will naturally contain trace amounts of bee pollen which adds to nutritional profile. Wildflower honey can aid the immune and digestive system and is good for coughs, colds and relieving allergy symptoms.
stevia powder, natural sweetener, 2oz, live live & organic
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Stevia is a delicious natural zero glycemic sweetener. Stevia, an herb native to South America, is now grown and cultivated throughout the world. Stevia is easily digested, dissolves quickly, is a good option for all and has no calories or carbohydrates per serving. It is very concentrated, 350 times sweeter than sugar. Stevia is a delicious natural sweetener that can be added to all foods and beverages. It is stable in heating and freezing. Stevia is much sweeter than sugar and has no glycemic index. It can be used in hot and cold liquids, sprinkled on cereals and on fruit. We added Stevia to help our good friends transition away from sugar & artificial sweeteners. Directions: Add VERY SPARINGLY to coffee, tea or any other hot or cold beverage. Also great for baking or cooking. Ingredients: Organic Stevia Leaf Extract (Stevia Rebaudiana Bertoni) standardized to 100% steviosides.
lucuma, powder, 5oz, live live & organic
$ 18.00
In its raw powder form, Lucuma fruit can be used as a natural and nutritious sweetener. The lucuma fruit tree or “La Lacuma” originally comes from the dry, subtropical region of the Peruvian Andean coastal valleys, although it now also grows in Ecuador and Chile at elevations between 1,000 to 2,400 meters. While the fresh fruit remains difficult to source outside of its local region, it is now readily available in dried powder form. The tree’s nutritious, round, orange-centered fruit is becoming well known for its sweetness, especially among raw food proponents. Lucuma has especially high concentrations of calcium, phosphorus, beta-carotene, Vitamins C and B3, fiber, iron and other valuable nutrients. In terms of the Lucuma fruit’s sugar content, the percentage amount present in the dried pulp from mature Lucuma fruit is: 8.4% glucose, 4.7% fructose, 1.7% sucrose, and 0.06% inositol. In its raw powder form, Lucuma fruit can be...