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These are all the posts that have been tagged with Stevia.

Decadent chocolate for bakers

Lily’s Sweets, maker of stevia sweetened chocolates with no added sugar, is expanding its decadent chocolate offering for bakers with its new Dark Chocolate Premium Baking Bar.

Ice cream business shortlisted

Clapham, London-based business, Oppo Ice Cream has beaten hundreds of small businesses to be shortlisted in the national Nectar Business Small Business Awards.

Healthier ice cream

Weight Watchers has launched a new healthier ice cream to the UK market. Some of the sugar in the product has been substituted with stevia provided by The Real Stevia Company from Sweden, a leading provider of sustainably produced stevia. “There is now a growing demand for stevia as a sweetener in ice cream. In […]

Mint brand to launch in UK

German mint producer Powermints GmbH is launching its Frésh brand into the UK market. Frésh comprises a range of mint and fruit mini mints that are natural, sugar free and do not contain aspartame. The mint varieties in the portfolio contain stevia. Frésh comes in a stylishly shaped slide-out dispenser that makes it perfect for […]

Green tea mint range

With a mission to make green tea a daily ritual for both tea and non-tea drinkers alike, Sencha Naturals is launching in the UK with its range of Green Tea Leaf Mints.

A spotlight on Brazil

With Brazil firmly in the spotlight during the World Cup celebrations, Miriam Wells and Kylie Kendall report on prospects for the country’s confectionery sector.

Sweet-Stitch

Hall 04.2 Stand B035 – The Sweet-Stitch range has been developed to be both delicious and healthy, and uses Stevia, an all-natural sweetener. Stevia reportedly has a sweetening power 300 times greater than that of sugar, and as an added advantage contains no calories. At the show Sweet-Stitch will be showcasing its fruit spreads, candy […]

Relkon Hellas S.A.

Hall 11.1 Stand G011 – Relkon Hellas is a manufacturer of children’s confectionery including candy toys, lollipops and chocolates. The firm makes confectionery featuring popular children’s brands such as Looney Tunes, Barbie, Tom and Jerry, Hot Wheels and Monster High. At ISM it will be exhibiting Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry lollipops, chocolates with […]

Stevia sweetened chocolate wins award

 Stevia sweetened dark chocolate produced by Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business has won an award at the recent ISM. The chocolate, sweetened with Cargill’s Truvia stevia leaf extract, took second place for Greek confectionery company Hatziyiannakis Dragees as the most innovative product of the year.  The company took the award for its chocolate coated whole roasted almonds. […]

Beneo presents new candy concepts at ISM

Beneo is presenting a range of innovative sugar-free and sugar reduced candy ideas from its ‘Sweets Collection’ creative think tank at ISM this year. These include two recently developed concepts: ‘Dessert Candy’ and ‘Candy in Candy’. Beneo’s ‘Sweets Collection’ think tank is the basis for new innovative candy ideas that include both visual concepts as […]

ISM innovations

The trade fair was a resounding success for the 1,412 suppliers who exhibited at the 42nd International Sweets and Biscuits Fair (ISM) in Cologne from 29th January to 1st February 2012.

Sweet Freedom unveils new look

Sweet Freedom – the only natural sweetener made 100% from fruit – has unveiled a new bottle and labelling for 2012 and achieves sugar shelf listings in Waitrose & Morrisons from January 2012

Cavalier to launch stevia chocolate

Belgian chocolate company Cavalier plans to introduce a range of chocolate confectionery using natural sweetener stevia instead of sugar ¬early next year through UK distributor House of Sarunds.

Silver Spoon and Cargill in Truvia partnership

Silver Spoon, part of Associated British Foods, and Cargill have announced a new partnership for UK distribution and marketing of the Truvia branded stevia-based tabletop sweetener, ahead of the anticipated EU approval of stevia extracts later this year.