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What is usage of Stevia?
18/09/2011 11:29:11

Stevioside (extract of stevia) has also been approved as a food additive (as a replacement for NutraSweet and saccharin)- a great natural alternative to sugar and chemical sweeteners. Stevia leaves can be dried and used to make herbal teas and liquid extract or Stevia powder can be used for confections as well

Stevioside (extract of stevia) has also been approved as a food additive (as a replacement for NutraSweet and saccharin)- a great natural alternative to sugar and chemical sweeteners. Stevia leaves can be dried and used to make herbal teas and liquid extract or Stevia powder can be used for confections as well
In China, Stevia is recommended " for increasing the appetite, as a digestant for losing weight, for keeping young and as a sweet tasting low-caloric tea. Japan is the largest consumer of stevia leaves and extracts in the world - they use more than 1000 tons of them annually. Even multinational giants like Coca-Cola and Beatrice Foods use stevia extracts to sweeten foods (as a replacement for NutraSweet and saccharin). In general, Stevia is approved as a food additive in almost Asian and South African countries. In contrast, this statement has been ejected by Western countries such as England, France, US, Australia, Canada… they arrange Stevia into Dietary Supplement. In North Africa, Stevia products can be found in store or market selling natural ingredients. Stevia leaves can be dried and used to make herbal teas and liquid extracts. Liquid extracts are a concentrated syrup usually with a water or alcohol base. Sweetness can vary between manufacturers. The leaves are also processed to produce an off-white powder that is referred to as Stevioside.

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