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Xagave for Cooking and Baking

Xagave’s great taste and added fiber make it a Complete Healthy Sugar Replacement! Tweet

Xagave is The Best Tasting Agave

Xagave is the best tasting Agave Nectar. Period. Tweet

Did You Know

Did You Know? That Xagave is sweeter than sugar so you can use less and save calories. That it is the only fiber rich agave in the market. That Xagave is the only agave to provide 17% of the daily … Continue reading

Xagave 25 oz.

The perfect ‘in the cupboard’ or on the countertop size. An easy way to test out Xagave and find out why so many people never even buy sugar anymore! USDA Organic and Kosher Certified Proprietary Blend of Agave Salmiana (White Agave) … Continue reading

Xagave 50 oz.

Our favorite around-the-kitchen sized bottle as the 25 fluid oz bottle just seems to run out to quickly!  Perfect for refilling, and ready for daily use. USDA Organic and Kosher Certified Proprietary Blend of Agave Salmiana (White Agave) & Agave Tequiliana … Continue reading

Xagave Jug

The best and most economical way to buy Xagave. Perfect for long-term storage (up to 18 months) and for cooking, canning, or refilling our more conventional 25 oz and 50 oz Bottles. USDA Organic and Kosher Certified Proprietary Blend of Agave Salmiana (White … Continue reading

Agave Packets

Now you can take Xagave with you on the go! To the office, through the airport, and anywhere else you need Xagave when a bottle isn’t practical. agave packets Tweet

Xagave Cook Book

A Complete guide to cooking with Xagave and the #1 selling Agave Cookbook on the market!   Includes everything from understanding what agave is and it’s health benefits, to everyday recipes you and your family can enjoy for a lifetime. Tweet

Tis The Sick Season

My son came down with croup a few weeks back, and I was surprised to hear the pediatrician ask what outdoor activities we had planned for the remainder of the day*.  I was prepared to keep him bundled up in … Continue reading

Preparing For Seasons Health Greetings

We mentioned reading that teens consume 34 teaspoons of sugar a day.  (Good grief, Charlie Brown; we’re cringing!)  Rachael Kettner-Thompson responded that her kids were good about steering clear of the sugar and drinking water, not soda.  That is one … Continue reading