Stevia is an intense sweetener made from the natural stevia leaves. Stevia is 200 times sweeter than sugar. Stevia is often used with other sweeteners like Erythritol.
Stevia is a treasured treasure from South America, a part of the sunflower family. Chewed by people for centuries, its leaves offer a naturally sweet taste - in fact, up to 350 times sweeter than sugar - but without the calories! To date, over 70 steviol glycosides have been discovered, each with its own unique taste. Supported by over 200 scientific studies, stevia is a centuries-old favorite with a modern day science backing!
Today's stevia is generally a highly-refined extract drawn from stevia leaves. This purified form, which has been rigorously checked by worldwide regulatory bodies, can feature one or more steviol glycosides. Such high-purity stevia extracts provide a natural-source of sweetness with no calories, a fantastic choice for both consumers and food/beverage companies.
Food and beverage companies are increasingly using stevia to create tasty products with reduced sugar and calorie content. As such, you may see the sugar and total calories per serving decrease. On product labels, stevia can appear as: stevia, stevia extract, rebaudioside A, Reb M, steviol glycosides and other forms based on the manufacturer's country. Now used in more than 40,000 edibles worldwide, stevia is prominent in juices, waters, soft drinks, dairy, baked goods, cereals, salad dressings, sauces, sweets and more. It is made extraordinary by its natural, zero-calorie sweetness.
Uses and applications:
- Sugar free, low sugar, low carbohydrate foods and beverages
- Beverages including Kombucha, RTDs and Hard Soft Drinks
- Foods including nutritional bars, confectionery, dairy, baked goods and table top sugar replacement sachets
Pack Sizes and Formats:
- 250g Plastic Jar
- 5 Kg Bag in Box (SAVE 30% OFF 250g Price)
Certificate of Analysis:
Batch No: 20230501 Best Before 1st May 2026
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Steviol glycosides are around 150 to 300 times sweeter than sugar and are used in a range of foods. An acceptable daily intake (ADI) of 0-4 mg/kg body weight has been established. Read more about steviol glycosides.