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organic monk fruit sweetener luo han guo powder

  • FOB Price:USD 30~120 / Kilogram
  • Min Order: 1 Kilograms
  • Supply Ability:200 Tons per Month
  • Payment Terms:L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
  • Place of Origin:China
  • Port:Dalian
  • Brand Name:Wujiashen
  • Model Number:N-131
  • Shipment:7-9 working days
  • Package:Packaging Details 1).1kg Extract with double plastic container inside/Aluminum foil bag outside. 2).25kg Extract with double plastic container inside/Fiber drum outside. 3).As your option

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Wujiashen Pharma Co., Ltd

  • China
  • Main Products:Stevia Powder, Monk Fruit Powder, Maca Powder, Milk Thistle
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Product Details:

  • Other Names:Luo Han Guo Powder


  • Type:Herbal Extract Variety:Luo Han Guo Powder, Monk Fruit Extract Form:Powder Part:Seed Extraction Type:Solvent Extraction Packaging:Plastic Container


    Monk fruit sweeteners, also known as lo han guo, come from a small round fruit grown in Southeast Asia. Monk fruit sweeteners are extracted by removing the seeds and skin, crushing the fruit and collecting the juice. This sweet but zero-calorie juice is often used in food and beverages to help reduce calories without sacrificing sweetness.

    The scientific name for monk fruit, Siraitia grosvenorii, is an ode to Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor, the former president of the National Geographic Society (NGS). NGS helped fund the 1930`s expedition in China to find the plant in its natural habitat. In addition, monk fruit is said to be named after Buddhist monks who grew the fruit eight centuries ago in mountainous regions of Southern China.

    Monk fruit is safe to consume. It`s one of eight low and no-calorie sweeteners permitted by the FDA for use in the US food supply. All eight have been rigorously tested and reviewed. Leading global health authorities such as the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), FAO/WHO Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA), U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) and Health Canada have found low and no-calorie sweeteners to be safe. Monk fruit extract has been recognized as Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) by the FDA for use in foods and beverages since 2010.


    Beverages and Beverage Mixes

    Carbonated beverages

    Non-carbonated beverages

    Hard and Soft Candy

    Jams and Jellies

    Chewable candy and tablet

    Dairy Products

    Processed Fruits and Fruit Juices

    Processed Vegetables and Vegetable Juices

    Confections and Frostings

    Nutritional & Dietary Products

    Table-top sweeteners

    Processed fruit

    Chewing gum

    Dry-mix products

    Fruit spreads

    Frozen desserts

    Salad dressings

    Flavour Enhancers

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  • Wujia,shen
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Mobile Phone:18704630810
Street:Room 503 Acesite Building No.30 Ganshui Road. Xiangfang Dist. Harbin. Chian

Company details:

  • Company Name: Wujiashen Pharma Co., Ltd
  • Oprational Address: Room 503 Acesite Building No.30 Ganshui Road, Xiangfang Dist. Harbin, Chian, Harbin, heilongjiang, china
  • Company Phone: 86-86-18704630810

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