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Sweet Green Fields

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Sweet Green Fields
11 Bellwether Way | Suite 305
98225
Bellingham, WA
United States

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flavor enhancers; sweeteners (non-sugar)


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Sweet Green Fields is one of the leading global innovators of stevia leaf extracts. Sweet Green Fields’ focus on innovation began in 1999 with the creation of improved stevia varieties through an extensive plant breeding program. This early establishment of proprietary stevia leaf has enabled Sweet Green Fields’ commitment to its “taste the extraordinary” program, pursuing the goal of creating the most sugar-like taste from stevia leaf. SGF’s broad product portfolio of stevia extracts meets customer’s demand from all consumer perspectives: taste, low or zero calorie, cost and sustainability. 

Developed for low to medium sugar replacement use, Optimizer Stevia™ successfully enables food and beverage manufacturers to create better tasting, more soluble and less expensive stevia-based formulations than RA95 - RA100.

- Optimizer Stevia™ is a series of proprietary steviol glycosides blends (minimum glycoside level of 95%) extracted directly from stevia leaves. Compared to RA97, the Optimizer Stevia™ group affords up to 20% in cost-in-use savings. 

- Optimizer Stevia™ carries a superior taste profile. In a series of sensory studies using beverages with medium sugar reduction (ranging from 2 to 6 Brix) from Optimizer Stevia™, the results showed that Optimizer delivers a very clean taste, without any bitterness and lingering aftertaste, an issue that accompanies use of RA95- RA100. 

- Optimizer Stevia™ is more soluble. Optimizer Stevia™ 3.10 is proven to be stable in solutions even when the use exceeds 10% of total weight, making it suitable for syrup and concentrate manufacturing.



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Sweet escape? Sugar is phased out as sweeteners take center stage, industry experts discuss

17 Jul 2019 ---  The use of sweeteners is barreling towards the mainstream. Major industry players are gravitating toward sweetener reformulations and inspiring innovation to respond to the... Read More

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Weekly Roundup: Nespresso ramps up efforts against illicit coffee farming in Colombia and FAO renews treaty governing trade in hazardous pesticides

31 May 2019 --- This week, Nespresso, together with the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) and the Howard G. Buffett Foundation announced a pilot program to help revitalize coffee production... Read More

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SteviAroma: Sweet Green Fields debuts new natural taste modulator

27 May 2019 --- Sweet Green Fields (SGF), one of the largest global, fully integrated stevia ingredient companies, is set to launch the new stevia-based natural flavor, STEVIAROMA at IFT19, which... Read More

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Fruit-based cereal sweetener: Fruitlift opens new pilot lab for production assessment

22 May 2019 --- Gat Foods’ Fruitlift, a fruit-based solution created for the replacement of refined sugars in ready-to-eat (RTE) cereals, is advancing into the next phase of its market entry... Read More

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“A formulator-friendly flavor solution”: Tate & Lyle and Sweet Green Fields partner on glycosylated stevia extract

15 May 2019 --- Tate & Lyle and stevia partner Sweet Green Fields (SGF) have jointly launched their newest product innovation – ZOLESSE Natural Flavor. ZOLESSE, a new natural flavor (per... Read More




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The launch of a stevia-based natural flavor

Sweet Green Fields (SGF), one of the largest global, fully integrated stevia ingredient companies, has launched the new stevia-based natural flavor. The ingredient is aimed at helping North American food and beverage manufacturers keep the sweet taste, mouthfeel and flavor of sugar when reducing most or all sugar and replacing with high intensity sweeteners (HIS). Thus far, the product is available in US, Mexico, Brazil, Philippines and anywhere that FEMA GRAS flavors are accepted. It is patent pending in the US and most countries in the world. Labeled as a natural flavor, SteviAroma improves the holistic sensory performance of HIS by elevating the sweetness, supplying the full-bodied mouthfeel and modifying the flavor and aroma. Also on display was Zolesse Natural Flavor, a solution that enhances sweetness and reduces sugar usage.

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Taking stevia extracts further in NPD

At IFT 2018 in Chicago, FoodIngredientsFirst spoke with Mel Jackson from Sweet Green Fields. The company has been working to develop their stevia extracts in NPD. “We have been able to come up with stevia composition that will give a much more sugar like mouthfeel,” he notes. Mel Jackson will be speaking in a webinar on stevia innovation on September 20, 2018. You can register for the webinar here.

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New partnership on stevia based ingredients

Tate & Lyle and Sweet Green Fields’ new partnership portfolio of innovative stevia ingredients and solutions was presented for the first time. To help manufacturers tap into the growing trend for sugar reduction and sweeteners from a natural source, Tate & Lyle showcased a special menu to inspire them to use its comprehensive new range of stevia sweeteners. Tate & Lyle and Sweet Green Fields unveiled its comprehensive range of stevia ingredients, which reduce calories cost-effectively in food and drinks, while retaining the same great taste. 




Ingredient Focus
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09 Nov 2018 | Sweet Green Fields

Stevia as the natural sweetener choice

Stevia's application continues to grow in food and beverages, appealing especially to consumers looking for products with natural credentials. In North and Latin America, Soft Drinks... Read More




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Stevia Sweeteners – Toolbox for creating consumer approved taste

Innovations in stevia-sweetened products have seen stunning growth as more states levy sugar taxes and consumers become more health-conscious. These developments have driven the natural sweetener industry to respond fast in the scientific, technical, and regulatory arenas, resulting in the creation of a variety of stevia sweeteners. Walk away with a sugar-replacement toolbox that helps you spend smartly and formulate products free of bitter or lingering aftertastes.




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