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See why not all stevia is created equal

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See why not all stevia is created equal

Related categories: Carbohydrates and fibers (sugar, starches), Emulsifiers, stabilizers, hydrocolloids, Sweeteners (intense, bulk, polyols)

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Since stevia originally comes from a plant, you might assume that one leaf is just like the next. But that's not so – far from it, in fact. In the wider market, there can be significant differences in sweetness quality, environmental footprint and labor practices.

This graphic offers an introduction to the Cargill Stevia Sustainability Standard, the industry's most comprehensive criteria designed to protect people, planet and your product.

  • Protecting human rights
  • Preserving farmer livelihoods
  • Enforcing performance criteria

Learn even more in our Virtual Stevia Harvest Experience​!

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