Steviva launches portal for food, drink developers

Steviva launches portal for food, drink developers

New portal is a multimedia informational resource for natural product innovation and formulation with clean-label sweetening solutions.

Building upon its passion for innovation, quality and collaboration, Steviva Ingredients’ new website,, was designed specifically with food and beverage technologists in mind. 

“Incorporating all-natural sweeteners into product applications isn’t always intuitive, and can even be tricky,” said Thom King, president of Steviva Ingredients. “Our specialty is collaborating with food and beverage professionals, working with them side-by-side, to deliver innovative, naturally sweetened products in an expedient, cost-effective manner. Our new website gives our customers a comprehensive look at Steviva Ingredients and all we have to offer.”

The new site delivers thorough, well-organized content including technical resource videos discussing timely subjects such as using stevia in acidified foods and discussing the chocolate milk dilemma.  The multi-media site uses clean graphics to showcase information on Steviva’s services and expertise, company mission and values and the company’s passionate commitment to social responsibility (impact on public health, the ecosystem and the environment).

Addressing food categories including snacks, beverages, frozen foods and more, detailed descriptions are provided for each of Steviva’s 12 product offerings, including advantages and usage and application suggestions, spec sheets, nutritionals, non-GMO/Council on Accreditation/allergen sheets, material safety data sheets (MSDS) and good manufacturing practices (GMP).

Visitors can also log-in to access scientific information and connect with Steviva for assistance from initial concepting through the multiple stages of product development.

 “We are really excited about the new website and hope it helps technologists find the best natural sweeteners for their applications and minimize trial and error on the bench and in the pilot plant,” said King. 


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