There are different definitions of “natural” in the food industry and among consumers. For us at the Splenda brand, “natural” means no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives and only non-GMO ingredients made by minimal and common processes.
Splenda Stevia Sweetener is a great-tasting, no-calorie natural sweetener made with stevia extract- but not just any stevia extract: Splenda Naturals gets its unique sweetness from Reb D, one of the tastiest extracts from the stevia leaf. (We believe the “D” stands for delicious!)
Until now, you may have only tasted sweeteners with a stevia extract called Reb A, which can have a bitter aftertaste. By using a stevia extract that’s rich in Reb D, we have truly unlocked the naturally sweet taste of stevia. It’s how the Splenda Brand does natural!
Splenda Naturals is made with 2 non-GMO ingredients: stevia leaf extract and erythritol. Dried stevia leaves are steeped in hot water to extract glycosides: the sweet-tasting parts of the leaf. The water is then filtered so the remaining material can be isolated and purified. The process, and processing aids, produce a crystalized sweet extract of the leaf. Please see FAQs for more information.
Erythritol is made primarily from dextrose using a fermentation process. Please see FAQs for more information.
There are different definitions of “natural” in the food industry and among consumers. For us at Splenda Brand, “natural” means no added flavors or colors, no preservatives, and only non-GMO ingredients made by minimal and common processes. The result is Splenda Naturals Sweetener with its great sweet taste.
Splenda® Monk Fruit Sweetener is the perfect Keto-friendly sweetener for the kitchen. It sweetens and tastes like sugar. Try it in your favorite beverages and in baking!
The Monk Fruit, or luo han guo, is a fruit from Southeast Asia whose extract is hundreds of times sweeter than sugar. Splenda® Naturals Monk Fruit combines Monk Fruit with Erythritol, a mild sugar alcohol, to create a 100% natural sweetener that tastes, bakes, and measures cup-for-cup like sugar. Monk fruit is steeped in hot water to extract the sweetness of the fruit, and then undergoes a process to separate, filter, and purify the extract. Erythritol is made primarily from dextrose using a fermentation process.