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Stevia Market to reach a valuation of US$ 565 million by 2020
logo2161 According to a new market report published by Persistence Market Research “Global Market Study on Stevia Market – Beverages will Remain the Dominant Application Segment through 2020”, the global stevia market was valued at US$ 347 million ...
Barry Callebaut names Real Stevia as a future chocolate sweetener
The chocolate supplier conducted quality tests with Real Stevia and signaled its "approval" for the ingredient in stevia-sweetened chocolate.
Grow stevia in your backyard as you would any other herb
Crushed stevia as well as refined stevia. Gardening expert John DeGroot says stevia can be grown in your backyard as you would any other herb.
Non-chemical process cuts stevia chocolate's bitter aftertaste, claims Basic
Under the process, a manufacturer runs stevia chocolate in liquid form through a portable device (a charging unit) that alters hydrogen bonds, thereby reducing the bitterness perception.
Steviva Partners with Brazilian Farmers for Single-Source Stevia Extracts
Steviva Ingredients (Portland, OR) is partnering with farmers in Brazil to produce two new stevia extracts, BraziliaSweet RA95 and BraziliaSweet 95–60.

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