Three refreshing new summer flavors of SweetLeaf® Liquid Stevia Sweet Drops™ are coming to store shelves. Wisdom Natural Brands®, the parent company of SweetLeaf Stevia Sweetener, adds to its zero-calorie, zero-carbohydrate SweetLeaf Liquid Stevia product line.
Coconut, Watermelon and Cola are the new additions, bringing the total number of available flavors to 17. The new flavors will also sport updated dropper bottle packaging that makes the natural sweetener easier to find on store shelves. The new flavors became available in conventional and natural grocery stores across the country in June. SweetLeaf Sweet Drops are also offered online at buywisdom.com.
Made with USDA-certified organic stevia leaf extract and natural flavors, SweetLeaf Liquid Stevia Sweet Drops can be added to foods or beverages—from yogurt to oatmeal, water to coffee, sauces to smoothies—for sweet, sugar-free flavor. Adding Cola to sparkling water creates a healthier soda, for instance, while a few drops of Watermelon in yogurt gives a fruit twist to a favorite, and the new Coconut flavor perks up coffee, tea and most everything else. Once only available as a dietary supplement, SweetLeaf Sweet Drops now qualifies for being classified as a tabletop sweetener.
All 17 flavors of Sweet Drops come in easy-to-use dropper bottles, so consumers can add as much or as little as their taste buds desire. With an average of 288 servings per 2 fl. oz. bottle (except for Cola), Sweet Drops also offer great value in addition to a delicious sweet taste.
Along with the three new flavors, Sweet Drops are available in Lemon Drop, Valencia Orange, Berry, Chocolate Raspberry, English Toffee, Vanilla Crème, Hazelnut, Peppermint, Root Beer, Grape, Apricot Nectar, Chocolate, Cinnamon, and SteviaClear® for the sweet taste of sugar without the calories. Vanilla Crème is a customer favorite, and the Chocolate stevia drops were achieved a high 93 out of 100 possible award points for “intense, versatile taste that goes a long way with just a drop or two” by food trends editor, “Today Show” correspondent, and “supermarket guru” Phil Lempert. Chocolate Sweet Drops were also just named the World’s Best Consumer Product made from Stevia by the World Stevia Organisation in Paris, France.