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$STEV "Supply Relationship With PureCircle (Coke Life, Pepsi True, PureVia, Silk Light Soymilk, & More)

In 2009, George Blankenbaker signed a contract to supply stevia leaf to PureCircle, “the industry’s leading refiner.” Remember PureCircle? They’ve been busy. Here are some of the products sweetened by PureCircle’s natural stevia sweeteners:
Coca-Cola LifeCoca-Cola Life
Coca-Cola Life

At 60 calories per 8-oz. glass bottle, Coke Life is The Coca-Cola Company’s first reduced-calorie sparkling beverage sweetened with cane sugar and stevia leaf extract and has 35 percent fewer calories than other leading colas. Coca-Cola Life is one of more than 45 beverages in The Coca-Cola Company’s global portfolio currently sweetened in whole or in part with stevia leaf extract (others include Glaceau Vitaminwater Zero, Honest Tea, and Odwalla). PureCircle announced a deal with Coca-Cola Co. in 2012.

Shop Coca-Cola Life on Amazon.

Pepsi True & Pepsi NextPepsi True & Pepsi Next

Pepsi True & Pepsi Next

Pepsi True is new kind of cola made for True carefree enjoyment. All the fun you love about Pepsi with 30% less sugar than regular Pepsi and no artificial sweeteners. And Pepsi is excited to announce the next step forward in cola beverages: Pepsi NEXT – the new breed of cola with a serious cola taste, 30% less sugar
sweetened naturally with stevia.

Shop Pepsi True on Amazon.

Shop Pepsi Next on Amazon.


PureVia is a good alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners. You can use PureVia like sugar, to add natural sweetness to your hot or cold beverages, sprinkle on your favorite fruits and use in recipes. This Non-GMO sweetener is the all natural way to keep calories down and sweetness high. Each zero-calorie packet quickly dissolves in hot or cold liquids, and sweetens like two teaspoons of sugar.

Shop PureVia on Amazon.

Silk Light SoymilkSilk Light Soymilk

Silk Light Soymilk

Try Silk Light Original Soymilk anywhere you enjoy dairy milk—over your cereal, in your coffee or simply by itself. With 60 calories per delicious cup, it’s a good source of wholesome, nutritionally-complete soy protein and an excellent source of calcium. Silk Light boasts 6 grams of heart-healthy soy protein, 50% more calcium than dairy milk, absolutely no cholesterol or saturated fat, free of dairy, lactose, gluten, casein, egg and MSG, and is verified by the Non-GMO Project’s product verification program.

Shop Silk Light Soymilk on Amazon.

True LemonadeTrue Lemonade
True Lemonade

True Lemonade is an all-natural, low-calorie lemonade mix, lightly sweetened with stevia by PureCircle for a fresh-squeezed lemon taste. True Lemonade by True Citrus boasts just 5 calories with no preservatives, sodium or gluten. In a sea of powdered soft drink mixes made with chemicals, artificial sweeteners and other stuff that’s just hard to say, True Lemon Original Lemonade is made from 100% natural ingredients, provides 100% of your daily Vitamin C requirements, contains no artificial colors, no preservatives, and no artificial sweeteners.

Shop True Lemonade on Amazon.

In addition to the company’s relationship with PureCircle, Stevia Corp. has announced its entry into a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with Taekyung Nongsan Co., Ltd. Taekyung Nongsan is a subsidiary of NongShim Holdings Co. Ltd., a South Korean conglomerate whose subsidiaries include NongShim Co., Ltd., South Korea’s largest processed food manufacturer specializing in instant noodles and snacks. Taekyung Nongsan manufactures food ingredients, which include seasonings, extracts and flavors, spices, soups, sauces and more.

Mr. Blankenbaker concludes, “Many people believe Vietnam is the next Asian Tiger and with the rising production costs in China and other Asian countries, many international companies are now looking to Vietnam as the next low cost supplier. As international companies seek out potential local partners that have the ability to consistently produce high quality products that meet international standards, we believe there will be a growing opportunity for Stevia Corp to leverage its position to continue attracting an increasing demand of international buyers.”

But these relationships are reflective of Stevia Corp.’s sweetener initiatives. Let’s explore their aquaculture… " http://jonathancraig.org/5-reasons-invest-stevia-corp-otcqb-stev/

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