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Sugar Free Organic Sweeteners Stevia ingredients

  • 57817-89-7

  • C38H60O18

  • 500kg

  • L/C D/A D/P T/T Western Union MoneyGram

  • 15~20 days

  • Shandong


  • 3 years

  • RA99%-95%, SG95% RA(40/50/60/80/90), SG90% RA(40/50/60), SG85% RA40, Mother liquid, STV series(STV95/SG95STV90/70)






Total Steviol Glycosides %

90 Min

Reb-A %

60 Min



Arsenic, as As mg/kg

1 Max

Lead, as Pb mg/kg

1 Max

Ethanol residual mg/kg

5000 Max

Methanol residual mg/kg

 200 Max



Total ash %

1 Max

Loss on drying %

6 Max

E.coli count MPN/g

10 Max

Total plate count CFU/g

1000 Max


Product Specification

Product:Stevia Extract

Appearance:Free flowing powder

Color:White to light yellow

Package:Outer: paper carton; Inner: double-layer PE

Shelf Life:2 years

Storage :Store in cool, dry and ventilated area, away from light.


What is the difference between stevioside and rebaudioside?

Steviol glycosides can be isolated and purified from the leaves of the stevia plant and can be used as a sugar substitute to sweeten foods and beverages and used as tabletop sweeteners. Rebaudioside A is one of the steviol glycosides purified from the leaf of the stevia plant. Other steviol glycosides include stevioside, rebaudiosides B, C, D, F, steviolbioside, rubusoside, and dulcoside A.

Are steviol glycosides natural?

Yes, steviol glycosides are natural components of the stevia plant. Nothing about steviol glycosides are chemically or structurally altered when they are extracted from the stevia plant.

How does stevia compare with other sugar substitutes?

Aspartame:Artificial sweetener

Saccharin: Artificial sweetener

Acesulfame-K, or Ace-K : Artificial sweetener

Neotame: Artificial sweetener

Sucralose : Although better suited for baking than other artificial sweeteners, it's still not a perfect substitute for sugar.

Stevia :Extract from the stevia plant.

How it's used: Dietary supplement and tabletop sweetener.

Advantages: Less is more. Stevia is much sweeter than sugar, so less is needed. It is an option for people with diabetes as it does not affect blood sugar levels.

Drawbacks: Some extracts have a bitter taste.

How are stevia sweeteners helpful in weight control?

As a sugar substitute with zero calories, stevia sweeteners can help reduce or replace calories in foods and beverages and offer low and no calorie alternatives for people looking to lose and control weight. Consuming beverages and foods with stevia sweeteners as part of a healthful diet and lifestyle, including regular physical activity, can assist with weight control and weight loss.

Can stevia be used in cooking and baking?

Absolutely! Stevia extract is extremely heat stable in a variety of everyday cooking and baking situations, compatible with dairy products and with acidic fruits and such as strawberries, oranges, limes and pineapples.Unlike most artificial sweeteners, Stevia does not break down and can withstand high temperatures while cooking and cold temperatures when frozen. It is also compatible with salt and organic acids and natural sweeteners such as barley malt, honey, fructose and sorbitol.

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