Last year’s regulatory approval for stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) in Canada, South Africa, and Indonesia grew stevia’s global footprint. This year, two more major markets—Thailand and India—may get approval. “Recent and pending approvals represent the potential access to over 1.6 billion(milliarden) new consumers around the world,” says Jason Hecker, vice president, global marketing and innovation, PureCircle Ltd. (Oak Brook, IL). “By the end of 2012, over 1000 stevia-sweetened products were launched globally.”
-wenn die launcherei so weiter geht,ist es vielleicht logisch mit den sunwin-prognosen für 2014-
Over the next year, drinks and tabletop sweeteners will continue to lead, but we will also see more breakfast cereals, snacks, desserts such as ice cream, confectionery products, and jams and jellies with stevia, adds Maria Teresa Scardigli, executive director of the International Stevia Council (Brussels).
-hier sind viele neue lebensmittel dabei die wild kreiert-mal schauen.http://www.nutritionaloutlook.com/article/...ients-watch-2013-5-12326