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Sweeteners

Agave syrup, raw (also called agave nectar)

Agave syrup is a natural sweetener made from the juice of the agave plant. Choose light agave syrup for a mild sweetness, and dark for a deep, molasses-like flavor.

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Coconut Nectar, Raw—12 oz

Coconut Secret Raw Coconut Nectar Low Glycemic Sweetener is made from the sap of coconut trees that are grown without chemicals or  pesticides.

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Honey, raw

$10.25  (Back to Top)

Honey, raw

Raw honey has not been heat-processed. Vegans can substitute light agave syrup.

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Liquid Stevia, 4 oz—2 bottles

Stevia is an herb useful as an alternative sweetener to sugar or aspartame, and is safe for diabetics. It has no calories and will not spike blood sugar. Try a drop in raw smoothies or salad dressings for a touch of sweetness.

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Maple syrup

$30.48  (Back to Top)

Maple syrup

Maple syrup isn’t raw. Substitute dark agave syrup, if preferred.

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Sugar, whole cane

Whole cane sugar is unrefined and light brown in color.

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