|Product Name:||Stevia Leaf Extract||Latin Name:||Stevia Rebaudiana|
|Ingredients:||RB 5%-95% HPLC||Part Used:||Leaf|
|Color:||White||Shelf Life:||24 Months|
White stevia leaf extract powder,
RD 95% stevia leaf extract powder,
HPLC test sweetleaf stevia extract
Natural Good Solubility Sweetener Stevia Leaf Extract RB95% HPLC
Stevia Leaf Extract
Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni
SG(Steviol Glycosides) 80%-95% HPLC
STV 80%-95% HPLC
GSG 80%-95% HPLC
RB 5%-95% HPLC
RD 5%-95% HPLC
RM 5%-95% HPLC
What is Stevia Leaf Extract?
In Japan, high-purity stevia extracts have been approved for use in food and beverages for decades. In the last five years, the world's leading food safety and regulatory bodies have been positive about the use of purified stevia extracts in food and beverages, considering stevia extracts as a safe sweetener.
These include the Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA), the French AN-SES (National Agency for Food, Environment and Labor Hygiene), the Food and Standards Authority of Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ), the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and most recently the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
Preclinical and clinical studies have shown that the use of stevia extract is safe for the general population including diabetics, children and pregnant women, and people with unknown side effects or allergies.
Stevia extract does not contain any calories and is purely natural. However, the definition and labeling requirements for "all-natural" may vary from country to country. Also, stevia extract is safe and its safety has been thoroughly reviewed and scientifically proven by many international organizations, including the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee (JECFA) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). There have been no side effects or allergies associated with the addition of stevia extract to foods and beverages.
Studies have shown that stevia extract does not affect blood sugar levels or interfere with insulin. Stevia extract does not contain any calories, which gives diabetics more flexibility in budgeting their total caloric intake and helps with weight management. Regardless of how stevia extract is consumed, it has no effect on the glycemic index GI. Stevia extract can also be used in a variety of foods and beverages, and individual uses and levels of use may vary by country. When stevia extract is used in combination with other sweeteners, there is a synergistic effect.
It can be used for candy, pastry, beverage, solid beverage, fried snack, seasoning, preserves, etc., inappropriate amounts according to production needs.
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