Real Housewife jumps on stevia, monk fruit bandwagons

Real Housewife jumps on stevia, monk fruit bandwagons

Skinnygirl launches a line of zero-calorie liquid sweeteners made with natural monk fruit, agave and stevia.

Skinnygirl, iconic for bringing practical solutions to women, is now revolutionizing sweeteners to bring you a new line of zero-calorie liquid sweeteners made with natural monk fruit, agave, and stevia.

"Skinnygirl Sweeteners are sensible and easy to use because they dissolve instantly and allow you to portion to your preferred sweetness," explains Dannielle Patterson, brand manager for Skinnygirl Sweeteners. The new concentrated liquid sweeteners are zero-calorie, gluten-free and carb-free containing 80 to 160 servings—depending on the sweetener type. They come in slim, convenient 1.68 ounce bottles that fit easily in a purse, making for a sweet accessory.

"Skinnygirl recognizes that today's woman is on-the-go. She needs products that make it easier for her to lead a healthy, more balanced lifestyle, without compromising taste," says Bethenny Frankel, creator of the Skinnygirl Brand. Skinnygirl is happy to be making life a little sweeter with several options made with both natural and organic sweeteners:

Monk Fruit extract originates from real monk fruit native to the mountainous region in Southern Asia. Skinnygirl Monk Fruit tastes sweet and fruity. It complements any food or beverage without competing with other flavors or ingredients.

Agave is a simple food that comes from the agave plant and is a favorite of original Skinnygirl, Bethenny Frankel. She uses it to sweeten her Skinnygirl cocktails and is now proud to bring it to her fans for everyday use.

Stevia is a popular and widely recognized natural sweetener that provides a pure clean taste. Skinnygirl Stevia comes in a liquid option as well as organic individual powdered packets. Just a little will sweeten up your favorite food and beverages.

Skinnnygirl Sweeteners will be available nationwide in Wal-Mart and other stores as of August 1. 


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