|High sweetness|| 250~450 of the sugar||Appearance|| White or off-white powder or granule|
|High cost performance|| The cost is 3/1 of sugar||Package|| As your request|
|Grade|| Food Grade||Oder|| Characteristic|
Stevia rebaudiana is a South American plant native to Paraguay that has long been used to sweeten beverages and make tea. While the word “stevia” refers to the entire plant only some of the components of the stevia plant are sweet. These sweet components are called steviol glycosides. Stevia is now grown and harvested in many areas of the world, from Central and South America to Asia, Europe, Africa, and China, where most of the world’s stevia is currently cultivated. Stevia is also found as an ingredient in many products, such as ice cream, bread and soft drinks, throughout Asia and South America.