Search Results for 'Canada Approves Stevia for Use in Foods and Beverages'

Search For:
Refine by Dates:
From: To:
Refine By Content:

  • MycoTechnology Teams with Nascent Health Sciences on Bitter-Free Stevia

    April 29, 2015
    www.mycotechcorp.comhttp://www.mycotechcorp.com and Nascent Health Sciences have reached an agreement to manufacture and sell MycoZyme processed stevia. MycoTechnology's innovative process uses mushrooms to remove the bitter metallic after-taste…

  • CSPI Adds Monk Fruit to Guide for Food Additives

    June 28, 2013
    The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has made a new entry in its Chemical Cuisine: A Guide to Food Additives for mogrosides, the active sweetener compound from monk fruit that can be up to 250 times sweeter than sugar. The non-profit…

  • Canada Approves Stevia for Use in Foods and Beverages

    January 1, 2013
    Health Canada has authorized the use of stevia in food and beverages. Previously, the natural, zero-calorie sweetener was only available within natural health product applications. This approval means consumers across Canada will have access to a ran…

  • Canada Approves Stevia for Use in Foods and Beverages

    December 4, 2012
    Canadian stevia suppliers are in great spirits today, following news that Health Canada has approved the use of stevia in food and beverages. Prior to this approval, stevia was available only within natural health product applications. Stevia is a na…

  • Codex Adopts Maximum Use Levels for Stevia in Food

    July 8, 2011
    The Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) has adopted all the proposed draft maximum levels for steviol glycosides as submitted for adoption by the Codex Committee on Food Additives (CCFA). The CAC official report will be issued after the end of the meeting on July 9th.

  • Companies Sweetening on Potential for Agave

    June 21, 2011
    While agave is probably best known as the plant from which tequila is made, interest continues to rise for its use as a sweetener in the form of agave nectar, or agave syrup, according to Innova Market Insights.

  • Monk Fruit Gaining Attention as Stevia Rival

    August 17, 2010
    As stevia moves into the EU food market, interest is already turning to new quarters and suggestions of a rival in the natural sweetener stakes have focused interest on luo han guo, or monk fruit.