What are the Ingredients in Whole Earth Sweetener?

Whole Earth Sweetener has shown up at Starbucks location, leading people to look into the sweetner and the company itself. It’s a blend of multiple sweetener ingredients, and appears to be well balanced without a bad aftertaste.

Visually, it very much resembles regular sugar with a mixture of large and smaller white crystals.

  • Erythritol
  • Fructose
  • Chicory Root Fiber
  • Stevia Leaf Extract
  • Monk Fruit Extract

Each single serve packet contains 2g of ingredients that is supposed to be equivalent to 2 tsp of sugar. It’s composed of 0g fat, 2g carbohydrates (1g sugar, 1g sugar alcohol) and 0g protein.

Certified Non-GMO, Parve Kosher. More information can be obtained from the Whole Earth Sweetener Company. phone at 1-800-824-2334.

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Whole Earth Sweetener Reviews

Most reviews tend to indicate that the taste is good – no artificial or chemical tastes and very little after-taste. Negative reviews are geared more towards a misleading advertising – the premise of it containing fructose and erythritol runs counter to most peoples perception of it being “natural”. This may make it unsuitable for those with certain dietary restrictions.