Stevia sweeteners producer PureCircle is launching a branded range of zero-added-sugar ice creams in Chicago. Read more
Confectionery brand Lily's Sweets will introduce a two-strong range of stevia-sweetened peanut butter cups in the US this summer. Read more
Tate & Lyle has announced a new research project with Earthwatch and Sweet Green Fields to assess the sustainability of the stevia sweetener supply chain. Read more
PureCircle has identified proteins, soluble fibres and antioxidants in the stevia plant and plans to sell the new ingredients next year. Read more
At Food Matters Live 2018, Harriet Jachec spoke with Charlotte Catignani, research and development manager for Treatt, about its flavour options on display. Read more
Tate & Lyle will introduce two new stevia-based, zero-calorie sweeteners, the latest products produced through its partnership with stevia producer Sweet Green Fields. Read more
The CEO of DSM Food Specialties, Patrick Niels, talks exclusively to FoodBev about the scope of its latest joint venture with Cargill and the reaction among existing customers. Read more
Firmenich has entered a strategic agreement with Layn Natural Ingredients, a China-based producer of plant-based sweeteners, flavours and botanicals. Read more
Tate & Lyle, the food ingredients provider, has revealed a new way to sweeten food and beverage products with Tasteva, a Reb M stevia sweetener. Read more
Stevia producer PureCircle has further expanded its capacity for Reb M stevia, as it plans to double capacity over the next three years. Read more
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