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Stevia Extracts Win FDA approval

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.

FDA Approval Leads to Increased Stevia Use

With FDA approval, Coke and Pepsi already rolled out drinks; Dr Pepper promises one.

Truvia Ranked No. 2 Sugar Substitute, Bypasses Equal and Sweet 'N Low

Truvia natural sweetener, a natural, zero-calorie tabletop sweetener made with rebiana is an ingredient used to sweeten foods and beverages.

July 2007 New Ingredient Profiles

June/July's nutraceutical ingredient profiles include ribose habanero flavors, a flaxseed-fish oil combination, imitation bacon bits and pycnogenol.

Bioenergy Life Science

Ribose holds some of the most distinguished positions in cellular metabolism; it’s the base sugar for both DNA and RNA, and the building block for adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the cell’s energy currency.

Coca-Cola Buys 40 Percent Stake In Honest Tea

A splash or a dribble?

The Coca-Cola Co.

Bye, bye 2007

Mergers & Acquisitions 2007

Sophisticated splurging

Top beverage brands

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