A new way to sweeten

Monk fruit adds natural, healthy sweetness to foods and beverages, and as a low-calorie, and low-glycemic ingredient it offers a range of health benefits. Also known as ‘luo han guo’ and ‘luo han fruit’ (luo han translates as ‘monk’ and guo is Chinese for ‘fruit’) monk fruit is now used in thousands of food and beverage products around the world, and is rapidly gaining popularity as a natural alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners.

Since 2010 over 2,000 products containing monk fruit have been developed and launched globally.
A few of these products are listed below:

Starbucks Doubleshot Coffee And Protein Beverages

  • Coffee
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Vanilla Bean

Arctic Zero

  • Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts

Bolthouse Farms

  • Bolthouse Farms Daily Roots
  • Bolthouse Farms Protein PLUS

Califia Farms

  • Coconut Almond milk
  • Limeade
  • Watermelon Ginger Lime


  • Chobani Simply 100

The Chocolate Counter

  • The Chocolate Counter – Chocolate Range

Dole Fruit Bowls

  • Dole Diced peaches
  • Dole Mandarin Oranges


  • ENLIGHTENED Fudge Ice Cream
  • ENLIGHTENED Vanilla Bean Ice Cream Swirls

Hubert’s Diet Lemonade

  • Diet Blackberry
  • Diet Mango
  • Diet Original
  • Diet Strawberry

In The Raw

  • Monk Fruit in the Raw

So Delicious® Ice Creams

  • Butter Pecan
  • Chocolate
  • Mint Chip
  • Toasted Almond Chip
  • Vanilla Bean

South Beach

  • South Beach 100 Calorie Smoothies


  • Vitafresh Fruit Drink – Made For Kids

Vitalicious® Products

  • VitaBrownie
  • VitaBun
  • VitaCake
  • VitaMuffin
  • VitaPizza
  • VitaSandwich
  • VitaTop