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July 06, 2019Reviewer: Anna in California* Love itThis review is specific to Monk Fruit in the Raw
September 17, 2017Reviewer: Peter in New York* Excellent product and delivery was right on time.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulOctober 02, 2016Reviewer: A customer in California* Agree with other reviewer, who, I believe, meant to give it 1 star rather than 5 stars.
This product is mostly maltodextrin. Maltodextrin can cause spikes in your blood sugar because it has a high glycemic index. The label is outrageously misleading. I wouldn't use it in a low carb diet and any diabetic should stay clear.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpfulApril 12, 2015Reviewer: Aubree in California* This is a very misleading product. It is call "monk fruit in the raw" but is in fact made up mostly of maltodextrin. Just look at the ingredients and you will see for yourself.