Stevia ingredient company Sweet Green Fields (SGF) has achieved Non-GMO (genetically modified organisms) Project verification for 28 of its stevia ingredients, making it the largest producer of Non-GMO Project Verified stevia ingredients.
The Non-GMO Project is one of the most trusted third-party verifications for non-GMO food and products in North America.
Greener Choices, the Food Safety and Sustainability Center at Consumer Reports, categorizes the Non-GMO Project Verified seal as “a highly meaningful label for consumers wishing to avoid GMO-derived ingredients in the foods they buy.”
Since 2010, the Product Verification Program has grown steadily, now representing more than 43,000 products and more than US$19.2 billion in sales.
To meet increased demands for innovative non-nutritive sweetening solutions, SGF has partnered with Tate & Lyle.
They will provide manufacturers with more sweetening solutions and Tate & Lyle’s sweetener formulation expertise.