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Stevia

(stē′vē-ă) [NL]
A genus of shrubs native to South America. A noncaloric sugar substitute is made from plants of this genus.
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When making desserts, stevia consultant Chef Carolyn Limbang advises adjusting the ratio of dry versus wet ingredients, to make up for the absence of sugar.
The volume of products that contain stevia has steadily increased since 2009, from 280 to over 9,000 worldwide in 2015, including beverages, dairy products, sauces, yogurt, and more.
The trials this fall confirmed stevia grows well in soil and climate conditions that were conducive to growing tobacco.
Ever increasing consumer desire for a natural ingredient and 'clean' labels have contributed to the world-wide growth of Stevia leaf extract.
The Stevia plant sweetener extract was among some of the common edible plant and other food items that were being packaged into their several by-products for household food ingredients or additives.
As we perfected these combinations for different kinds of beverages and foods, PureCircle developed solutions for food and beverage producers both to enhance their use of stevia for best taste and also to simplify their work with stevia.
Under the terms of the agreement, Ingredion is exclusive global distributor of BESTEVIA Reb M and Reb D stevia leaf sweeteners in all markets (excluding SweeGen's house accounts and in China, where it is a non-exclusive distributor).
Stevia is a perennial herbaceous plant native to between 22[degrees] to 24[degrees] south and 53[degrees] to 56[degrees] west in Paraguay and Brazil [19, 20].
May, SweetLeaf was an important part of his belief that stevia could bring about significant changes to the way we eat and encourage a healthier relationship with food.
In "The Stevia Deception", you will learn why you should never use stevia if you want to lose excess weight or control diabetes.
SPLENDA Naturals Stevia Sweetener is made with two ingredients: stevia leaf extract and erythritol, both of which are non-GMO.
Firstly, the report provides a basic overview of the Stevia Extract Market including its definition, applications and manufacturing technology.