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Wondering where you can find monk fruit? Over the coming months you’ll see it in more and more of your favorite foods and beverages as a natural way to reduce sugar and calories. Sometimes you will see it listed on the ingredient label with its Chinese name “luo han guo” or “luo han fruit” (luo han translates as “monk” and guo is Chinese for “fruit”).  

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