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ADM teams up with GLG Lifetech to add stevia and monk fruit to its portfolio

ADM teams up with GLG Lifetech to sell stevia and monk fruit

ADM is bringing two sweetener brands, SweetRight stevia and VerySweet monk fruit, to market following a tie up with Canadian high potency sweeteners specialist GLG Lifetech.

The products offer food developers the benefits of stevia and monk fruit, along with access to ADM’s wider ingredient portfolio, formulations expertise and blending capabilities, said the company.

Now, with SweetRight stevia, VerySweet monk fruit and VivaSweet sucralose available from one global source, formulators have access to even more sweetener options from ADM as they create products to meet the ever-evolving tastes and preferences of today’s consumers,” said Rodney Schanefelt, director, sugar and high potency sweeteners, ADM.

SweetRight stevia is available in three forms: RA, RA granular, and EMS (Enzymatically Modified Stevia).

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