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Now Foods, BetterStevia, Zero Calorie Sweetener, French Vanilla, 100 Packets, 1 g Each (Discontinued Item)

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good sugar alternative

Posted by Reviewer2348993 on Nov 22, 2007

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it tastes different than sugar or sweeteners. Its very strong only a little is required. Its a good sugar alternative.

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Great in green tea

Posted by Reviewer1576637 on Jul 13, 2008

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I love Stevia, and the french vanilla tastes great. Wish it was available in liquid as I don't care for the powder.

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Now Foods, vanilla stevia

Posted by Reviewer2216721 on Oct 12, 2008

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very good.

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Ann Hale

Posted by Reviewer2640277 on Nov 23, 2008

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Great taste

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Flavored Sweetner

Posted by Reviewer2106186 on Jun 09, 2009

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When I ordered Stevia I did not realize i had ordered a flavored one. I usually use the unflavored type. I was very surprised how much i lied the French Vanilla flavor in the sweetner.

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