NuNaturals NuStevia™ Pure White Stevia™ Extract Powder -- 1 oz
Bitter and Doesn't Dissolve!
I bought this because it was slightly less expensive Trader Joe's pure organic stevia power.
This powder is bitter and does not dissolve in cold OR hot water, it just clumps up.
I bought this because it had no maltodextin (corn) erythritol (corn) or lactose, but I will keep looking for something else.
October 10, 2014
Better than the rest of the stevia products.
I do not really like any kind of sweetner. I don't like the off/after taste. NuNaturals has less of that taste than any I've found.
April 30, 2014
I love this product; you only need a little which makes this very economical to use.
November 19, 2013
New Formula is AWFUL!!
I recently ordered two bottles of this after being out of it for a few months while everyone was out of stock. I began using Kal brand and although it didn't dissolve as well and did require just a bit more, it got me by until I was able to get more NuNaturals. When I got it and tried to use it in a pitcher of lemonade, it tasted like I had not added anything at all. It was AWFUL. Thinking it was a fluke, I opened the 2nd bottle, with the same horrible results. I ended up adding the usual amount of KAL brand pure extract powder so the lemonade was drinkable. I contacted NuNaturals thinking it was just a bad batch and it was not, it is a new formula that they did not make anyone aware of. Pretty poor business practice on their part, in my opinion.
September 6, 2013
Do not buy - they changed suppliers!
I bought some earlier this year and it came as a very white fine powder that only took up less than half the bottle and I absolutely loved it. There was no bitter aftertaste, but now I just got a new one in and it is almost full and a more yellow color. I used the same amount as always to sweeten jugs of koolaid and they aren't as sweet. Plus, there is an aftertaste that is just not good. I called NuNaturals and they said they had to change their supplier for the raw material and it is "more voluminous" and you need to use about 60% more to equal what you used before. If it tastes that bad with 1/4 tsp in a gallon, imagine what double that would be! Yuck! I am very sad because I thought I had found a good product my family loved, but now will have to look elsewhere :(
August 22, 2013