Nayuki bottled tea added "Monk Fruit juice" as a natural sugar substitute, leading the low-sugar trend in the ready-to-drink market-Delore

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Nayuki bottled tea added "Monk Fruit juice" as a natural sugar substitute, leading the low-sugar trend in the ready-to-drink market

Date : 2022/11/25

Some time ago #Nayuki fruit tea with monk fruit juice sugar substitute# 

The topic was on Weibo hot search

This hot search made Nayuki fruit tea use "Monk Fruit juice" become the focus of attention of health care people and the industry

Monk Fruit:

"Monk fruit Juice" is a food-grade natural sweetener with 100% fresh fruit extraction.

Modern medical research has found that monk fruit is rich in monk fruit glycosides, which are 300 times sweeter than sucrose, have hypoglycemic effects, and can be used to assist in the treatment of diabetes;

Rich in vitamin C, anti-aging, anti-cancer and skin-friendly beauty effects; It has the effect of lowering blood lipids and losing weight, and can assist in the treatment of hyperlipidemia and improve the image of obese people. It can be widely used in nutritional health products, infant food, puffed food, seasonings, middle-aged and elderly food, solid beverages, pastries, cold food, convenience food, instant food, etc.

Nayuki chose monk fruit from Yongfu, Guilin, which is not only a purchase aid for farmers, also a national geographical indication product.


Yongfu Monk fruit is a specialty of Yongfu County, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, and a national geographical indication product

of China.

Monk fruit originated in Longjiang Township, Yongfu County, and enjoys the reputation of "Oriental Divine Fruit".
In 1995, Yongfu was named "Hometown of Chinese Monk Fruit" by the Ministry of Agriculture.
On December 13, 2004, the former AQSIQ approved the implementation of the protection of "Yongfu Monk fruit" in the region of origin.
On November 15, 2019, it was selected into the catalog of Chinese agricultural brands.


The sweetness of monk fruit juice comes from the monk fruit glycosides in monk fruit extract, which are 200-300 times sweeter than sucrose and contain almost no calories.
Compared with artificial sugar substitutes such as sucralose, there are no adverse side effects and it is truly low sugar and zero fat.
Monk fruit is a medicinal and edible plant native to China, and its safety is also recognized by countries around the world.
China is also the world's largest producer and exporter of monk fruit and extracts.
In Europe and the United States, it can be used as a table sugar substitute.
Mogroside has high sweetness and zero calories, which has a certain positive significance for controlling the energy intake of sweets lovers.

At present, Nayuki bottled fruit tea products have successfully used monk fruit juice as a natural sugar substitute, and have received good market feedback.

The sugar substitute upgrade not only meets the health needs of consumers "reducing sugar without reducing sweetness", also helps establish brand sweetener barriers and differentiated competitive advantages.

Monk fruit taste sweet and cool, has the effect of moisturizing the lungs and relieving cough, giving birth to and quenching thirst, suitable for lung heat or dry cough, whooping cough and summer heat injury and thirst, in addition to the effect of moisturizing the intestines and laxative.

▲ More and more beverages are using natural sweeteners

Many brands rarely use monk fruit sugar substitute first of all a very important reason is the cost is too high, Guangxi as the main production area of monk fruit, but the price of monk fruit is really not as low as imagined, mass production use cost is a big problem.


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