You might not have heard of monk fruit before. That’s because it has traditionally been grown on steep forested mountains in small family orchards, so until now there just hasn’t been a lot of it. According to legend monk fruit is named after the Buddhist monks who first cultivated it nearly 800 years ago. Ever since then it has been treasured for its health-giving powers and its unique low-calorie sweetness. Now here’s the good news - the world has finally discovered this amazing little fruit. That means you and your family will be able to enjoy the healthy, great-tasting sweetness of monk fruit in some of your favorite foods and beverages. Click the links to find out more.
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