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The Food and Drug Administration declares stevia, a natural, zero-calorie sweetener derived from the stevia plant, as safe for use in foods in beverages.
Will stevia live up to its promise to consumers?
With stevia laying the groundwork, luo han guo seems poised to be the next natural non-nutritive sweetener.
FoodProcessing.com focuses on sweeteners.
April's ingredient round-up focuses on sweeteners.
With FDA approval, Coke and Pepsi already rolled out drinks; Dr Pepper promises one.
Jim May brought stevia to the U.S. in 1982 as a nutraceutical; hoped to stem the South American drug trade.
So do honey and monk fruit/luo han guo extracts, as drink makers try to reduce calories while also keeping labels clean and simple.
The past few months have seen unusual activity from the sweetener category.
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