★★★★★ A SweetLeaf Sweetener 70 count packets review will not answer these 11 questions. Get the truth from people who own a SweetLeaf Sweetener 70 count packets, including the fact that it won't...
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QUESTION: IS THIS STEVIA ORGANIC OR NOT?
• A manufacturer must state this information on the box. Besides, do you really know the meaning of organic or do you just ride with societies' flow. Sometimes I think of all the insects and larvae that sit on organically grown produce because they can't protect it with pesticides. by the way, the product you are asking about is the ONLY stevia product bonded to inulin, which is also good for our health. Whether the inulin is organic or not, just refer to the 'insects and larvae' sentence above.
• I threw away the box, but I kept the packets in a container near my coffee pot. Let me see if those indicate one way or another: Yes, the little packets do indicate "organic pure stevia." I also bought the liquid drops, which I prefer to the packets because the packets are too concentrated for my tastes, but the liquid stevia is totally adjustable (you can count out how many drops you need, which customizes the taste). For instance, the packets are too strong for herbal tea, but they are fine in coffee. With the liquid stevia, it's perfect in herbals teas. One drop will do! Hope this helps!#sweetleaf
QUESTION: I HAVE BEEN USING ZING....IS THERE ANY DIFFERNECE ???
• Zing has dextrose. Which is made from corn while sweet leaf has inulin.. Basically a fiber from root vegetables .. Never had zing but both in sure are a fine sugar substitute
• Zing has Dextrose in it but SweetLeaf is pure stevia. Anything with 'ose' in it, is pretty much sugar, so SweetLeaf, (in my opinion) is better by far! :)
• I have never used Zing, so I don't know. I'm used to using Organic Agave by BetterBody. I'm sure this is a quality product, but Stevia just has an aftertaste that I don't experience with the Better Body agave.#sweetleaf
QUESTION: WHERE IS THIS MANUFACTURED?I DO NOT WANT ANYTHING MADE IN CHINA!THANKS SO MUCH.
• According to the Wisdom website, SweetLeaf Stevia Sweetener is responsibly sourced from indigenous fields in South America and other areas around the globe. Stevia is native to South America. It's highly recommended to use organic stevia to avoid allergy issues, and but I trust both versions of SweetLeaf/Wisdom. Here's a link to get some background on the company http://www.sweetleaf.com/sweetleaf-story
• it is ok but not as good as stevia.
• I use packets when I dine out, but use the Stevia granduales in a larger can at home. Looked on the back of can & it said "made in the original Stevia plant" in Arlington, Texas. So, enjoy without guilt.#sweetleaf
QUESTION: WHY WON'T THIS SHIP TO ALASKA????!!!
• Dear Customer, That is a management decision on not to ship to Alaska on items sold through Amazon site. You can check out minnishop dot com for this product also. Thank you and have a great day. DrVita Customer Service
• I'm not sure which company you tried to order though via Amazon however, this is a specific company decision. Here at SteviaSmart we sell this product and we ship to Alaska. I hope this helps. Have a nice day...SteviaSmart#sweetleaf
QUESTION: 2 QUESTIONS: DOES ANYONE ELSE HAVE ISSUES WITH THIS DISSOLVING IN (HOT) LIQUIDS? NEWBIE HERE, IS THE CLOSEST TO NATURAL/RAW/UNPROCESSED FOR SWEETENER?
• I did it clumps and doesn't even work when using a shaker
• i use it in coffee every day without issue.
• Only clumps when I try and use in COLD liquids.
• no problems in fact like this sweetener before any other...
• i have only tried on cold tea with no problems! great product!
• No issues at all.
• most important...this is the safest sweetener you can use.. .. second usually it dissolves.. if stirring does not help than put in cup and add liquid... works for me...once in a while is has a bitter taste (not often) I am so glad this product is available..
• Love it in Coffee#sweetleaf
QUESTION: IS THIS PALEO?
• I cannot answere that,your going to have to do some research,from what I have read this has been used for thousands of years in many different plant forms,but I myself do not feel that I have the knowledge to answere that,however I have done much reading on this and this is the best of what is out there from what I have read.Hope this helps.
• Comes directly from plants not man made
• I don'tknow what u mean by that.#sweetleaf
QUESTION: IS THIS NO LONGER ORGANIC? MY 1ST BOX OF THIS WAS FROM WFAND IT STATES ORGANIC. LOOKING TO SAVE $ AND CAME TO AMAZON. LOOKS SAME BUT NO ORGANIC.
• Sweetleaf in this packaging ingredient listing: Inulin soluble fiber, organic stevia extract.
• i think the difference is this one on amazon states "organic stevia" but is not USDA certified. the USDA certified stevia costs more and is available directly from them. amazon doesnt seem to carry it.
• Its non GMO but no statements about organic on the box. Its good stuff regardless.
• I read the box I have at home and it does not say organic anywhere on it. I didn't notice this. I can only guess that if it does not say organic it must not be.#sweetleaf
QUESTION: 2 TBS TRUVIA = HOW MUCH SWEETLEAF STEVIA?
• I packet of SweetLeaf is equal to 2 tsp of sugar so depending on how much Truvia equals sugar you would adjust accordingly. Hope that helps best I can do as do not use Truvia.
• I have never used Truvia so I don't know how much Sweet Leaf would be equal to 2 Tbs of Truvia, but if a packet of trivia is equal to 2 tsp. of sugar, then 2 Tbs Truvia= 2 Tbs Sweetleaf. Hope that helps.#sweetleaf
QUESTION: CAN I BAKE WITH THIS?
• You can use stevia in baking. However, stevia has different properties from sugar. If you try making cookies using all stevia and no sugar, the cookies will most likely not brown, and they will be more the consistency of munchkins. I find that stevia works really well in coffee, tea, on cereal, and in oatmeal.
• NO. You have to buy a Stevia baking mixture. This contains some sugar. Have already tried using this alone and the ingredient mixture made it obvious.
• You're welcome! Let me know if there's a different kind of stevia you are looking for. I have access to a lot more stevias than what I currently have in my store.#sweetleaf
QUESTION: IS THIS PRODUCT A POWDER OR GRAINS LIKE SUGAR?
• more powdery
• What I bought is in powder form which is as fine as talc.
• Powdery, and I threw it away. To me, it was bitter. I like Splenda much better.#sweetleaf
QUESTION: WHAT ARE THE INGREDIENTS?
• Sweetleaf Stevia was the first stevia product to come on the market and is pure plant and plant fiber. I think asking the ingredients is a good idea because not all stevia products are pure plant. I actually use it daily for my coffee and other times I use it for my oatmeal, sweetening up tart berries, and anything that just needs a little bit of sweet. There are no calories, and unlike the old saccharin products and even some modern day sugar substitutes, Sweetleaf Stevia is not a synthetic product. And, it tastes good!
• The little packet says: Insulin Soluble Vegetable Fiber, Stevia Leaf Extract.#sweetleaf
QUESTION: WHAT IS THE AMAZON ASIN NUMBER FOR THIS PRODUCT?
• The ASIN is B00430EJR8
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