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  • #GroAloe Does it Again

    By Christopher Keen

    Published Jun 11, 2018 

    I talk a lot about our product, but seeing is believing. Here is another example of what GroAloe can do. Look at those mango's. It does not matter, citrus, berries, just give it a try... We are beginning trial on Stevia...

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  • #GroAloe Does it Again

    By Christopher Keen

    Published Jun 11, 2018 

    I talk a lot about our product, but seeing is believing. Here is another example of what GroAloe can do. Look at those mango's. It does not matter, citrus, berries, just give it a try... We are beginning trial on Stevia...

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  • Posted By Rutaksha Rawat
    Oct 8, 2020 

    https://www.pureecoindia.in/auroville-based-organic-company-becomes-organic-stevia-supplier-for-organic-food-brand-d-alive/

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    Posted By Kosona Chriv
    Oct 30, 2016 

    New Research found that the Sweet, Stevia Plant Molecules remain unchanged throughout the Stages of Processing

    A new research study conducted at the University of Bonn in Germany found that the sweet, stevia plant molecules remain unchanged throughout the stages of processing. The study supports stevia's naturality and found all nine of the steviol glycoside molecules required by the specifications set by the Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA), a committee jointly administered by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations and the World Health Organization (WHO), were present and unchanged in the dried stevia leaf, through the commercial extraction and purification process and in the final stevia leaf extract product.

    This research looked at three separate batches of stevia leaf that went through commercial production to final product, the 95 percent purity stevia leaf extract. The study samples were provided by PureCircle and each of the three, commercial batches included the dried stevia leaf, the first water extract and the final product from each of the three corresponding leaf samples. The research found that the stevia leaf extract end products were of 95 percent purity, which is required by JECFA. This is the first time a study has examined steviol glycosides from multiple commercial stevia leaf samples through different stages in the extraction and purification process, starting with the leaf and ending with the stevia sweetener end product.

    Photo: The stevia plant grows in a field in Kenya (credit: The Global Stevia Institute)
    https://adalidda.net/posts/ZhmtyK8s57ACsHTgM/new-research-found-that-the-sweet-stevia-plant-molecules
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    Posted By Kosona Chriv
    Jul 19, 2016 

    Illustration Photo: Stevia (Public Domain from Pixabay.com)

    PureCircle Announces $100 Million Investment in Stevia Agronomy Program

    PureCircle, the world's leading producer of high-purity stevia ingredients for the global food and beverage industry, announced an additional investment of $100 million in its PureCircle Agronomy Program to support its goal of creating the world's largest, natural stevia supply. This investment will focus on expansion efforts to more than 15 growing regions around the world and further development of the company's farming footprint outside of China, which will result in a 10,000 hectare pipeline that provides customers with year-round access to the highest quality PureCircle stevia leaf extract.
    https://adalidda.net/posts/yfBoQaLujqZoEgLqC/purecircle-announces-usd100-million-investment-in-stevia
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    Potential of Vertical Hydroponic Agriculture in Mexico

    Authors: José de Anda and Harvey Shear

    Journal Title: Sustainability

    Publisher: MDPI AG

    In 2050, Mexico’s population will reach 150 million people, about 80% of whom will likely live in urban centers. This increase in population will necessitate increased food production in the country. The lands classified as drylands in Mexico occupy approximately 101.5 million hectares, or just over half the territory, limiting the potential for agricultural expansion. In addition to the problem of arid conditions in Mexico, there are conditions in other parts of the country related to low to very low water availability, resulting in pressure on the water resources in almost two-thirds of the country. Currently, agriculture uses 77% of the water withdrawn, primarily for food production. This sector contributes 12% of the total greenhouse gas emission (GHG) production in the country. Given the conditions of pressure on water and land resources in Mexico and the need to reduce the carbon footprint, vertical farming technology could offer the possibility for sustainable food production in the urban areas of the country in the coming years.

    Photo: Stevia production in a greenhouse by using a hydroponic system in Mexico (credits: José de Anda and Harvey Shear)

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    The Coca-Cola Company Sweetener Challenge seeks a natural, safe, low/reduced-calorie compound that tastes like sugar when used in beverages and foods

    The Coca-Cola Company Sweetener Challenge is looking for a natural, safe, reduced, low- or no-calorie compound that creates the taste sensation of sugar when used in beverages and foods. The compound must not contain, or be derived from, Stevia or Lo Han Guo (Monk Fruit), or from any list of protected species or substances issued by any regulatory body in any country.

    Illustration Photo: Coca Cola (Public Domain from Pixabay.com)

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    Posted By Christopher Keen
    Jun 11, 2018 

    https://agfuse.com/article/-groaloe-does-it-again
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    Posted By The Peanut Patch
    Dec 9, 2020 

    https://www.farmprogress.com/soybeans/jeff-tyson-fine-tunes-management-plan-6000-acre-diverse-farm

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