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Rising Diabetic Population to Propel Global Low Calorie Food market to
However, the market for stevia, which is an organic sweetener extracted from the leaves of stevia rebaudiana, is likely to report exceptional growth in near future owing to the shift of consumer preference toward natural sweeteners.
Realizarán mapeo genético de la Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni
El Instituto Paraguayo de Tecnología Agraria (IPTA) impulsará el mapeo genético del Ka'a he'ê (Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni), con apoyo de una universidad de Estados Unidos, anunció su titular, doctor Daniel Idoyaga. Según publicó ABC COLOR, el Ka'a ...
Grow stevia in your backyard as you would any other herb
Stevia rebaudiana is a little known plant that makes a logical substitute for traditional refined sugar. It is widely grown and extracted in Japan but so far has hardly entered the North American market.
Global Low Calorie Food market to reach US$10.4 bn by 2019
However, the market for stevia, which is an organic sweetener extracted from the leaves of stevia rebaudiana, is likely to report exceptional growth in near future owing to the shift of consumer preference toward natural sweeteners.
Research and Markets: Global Stevia / Stevia Rebaudiana Market (2014-2020):
The report focuses on the market revenue generated by the sale and usage of stevia as a standalone product or as part of food type. The different end use market applications which are in the scope of the report include products from the food industry, ...

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