SweetLeaf – Liquid Stevia – Cinnamon – 2 oz. Bottle
2 oz. Bottle
Not all Stevia products are created equal. Many actually contain artificial ingredients and use harmful chemicals during processing. SweetLeaf Stevia is the cleanest, tastiest, and healthiest of all the Stevia Products and the only one we recommend.
- Zero Calories
- Zero Carbs
- Zero Glycemic Response
- Zero Artificial Ingredients
- Certified Organic, Non-GMO
Add flavor, not calories or carbs! Made with stevia leaf extract and natural flavors, SweetLeaf® Sweet Drops™ let you add just the right amount of flavor and sweetness to food and beverages.
Since their introduction in 1996, Sweet Drops have become a favorite with consumers who enjoy creating unique mixes and finding new ways to use the Drops. With no artificial flavorings, consumers can be confident that their water, oatmeal or yogurt remain healthy and natural.
Sweet Drops are available in three sizes: 2-ounce and 1.5-ounce dropper bottles, and 6-ml minis that are perfect on the go. With an average of 288 servings* per 2-ounce bottle, Sweet Drops™ provide great value as well as great taste.
Is stevia safe?
Yes, there are more than 1,500 studies supporting the safety of stevia. Stevia is destined to be the preferred sweetener of the future. Consumers are looking for ways to reduce calories, carbohydrates, and sugars in their diets. Stevia is a proven solution. SweetLeaf Stevia products taste delightfully sweet and are gluten-free.
What are the ingredients in SweetLeaf® Stevia Sweetener?
It is a combination of SweetLeaf Stevia and the world’s finest inulin. It is available in packets and shaker jars in both natural and fully certified organic mixtures.
America’s body-friendly sweetener, SweetLeaf® Stevia Sweetener is a natural sweetener with zero calories, zero carbohydrates, and a non-glycemic response. Inulin is a natural, soluble vegetable fiber, which nourishes the good intestinal flora that support immune function and promotes digestive health.
Are SweetLeaf Stevia products safe for people with diabetes?
Yes, SweetLeaf Stevia products, such as SweetLeaf Stevia Sweetener packets, shaker jar, Sweet Drops™, Water Drops™, organic powders, and tablets, with their non-glycemic response, are safe for people with diabetes.
In addition, SugarLeaf® is an exciting baking product loved by the nation’s finest chefs. It is a combination of SweetLeaf Stevia and cane sugar, which reduces the amount of sugar and calories used by 2/3. We advise anyone with medical questions or specific health conditions to check with their physician for medical recommendations.
What are the ingredients in SweetLeaf® Liquid Stevia Sweet Drops™?
Our liquids (Sweet Drops™) are made with certified organic stevia leaf extract, natural flavors, and purified water. They have zero calories, zero fats, zero cholesterol, zero sodium, zero carbohydrates, and zero sugars. The liquids contain plant-based natural flavors, no MSG or other products like it, and are vegan.
I have tried stevia before and it had an aftertaste. Do SweetLeaf products have a bad aftertaste?
Not all stevia is created equal. The bitter aftertaste you have experienced from other products may have arisen from artificial ingredients or chemicals used in processing. SweetLeaf is proud to say that our products have no artificial ingredients, sugar alcohols (such as erythritol), methanol, aspartame, sucralose, maltodextrin, or dextrose. SweetLeaf is the stevia brand consistently winning global awards for taste and innovation.
Do SweetLeaf Liquid Stevia Sweet Drops need to be refrigerated?
No, they do not.
Can SweetLeaf Stevia Sweetener be used in cooking and baking?
Yes. SweetLeaf is great for cooking and baking, and is heat-and freezer-stable. You can substitute SweetLeaf Stevia Sweeteners for all or part of the sugars in a recipe.
Is SweetLeaf approved by the FDA as a sweetener?
In 2008, SweetLeaf Stevia Sweetener was the first stevia product to achieve the FDA’s GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) designation. This means that it can be used as a food and as an additive in other foods as a sweetener.