Cargill’s stevia leaf extract research program published in Food and Chemical Technology.
FDA issued no-objection letter affirming and supporting the safety of Truvía® stevia leaf extract (rebaudioside A). Official, Truvía® stevia leaf extract has Generally Recognised as Safe (GRAS).
Truvía® Natural Sweetener was launched and widely available in retail in the United States. Coca-Cola introduced Sprite Green®, sweetened with Truvía® stevia leaf extract.
French national approval granted for the use of rebaudioside A in food and beverages for up to two years published in the Official Journal of France.
European Food Safety Authority published Scientific Opinion confirming that steviol glycosides, sweeteners extracted from the stevia plant, are safe for use in foods and beverages.
Coca-Cola launched Fanta Still®, the first Coca-Cola product in France sweetened with Truvía® stevia leaf extract.
Regulatory Approval of steviol glycosides in the European Union.
Stevia-based products are launched in Europe.
Truvía® sweetener is launched in Mexico
Truvía® sweetener is launched in the United Kingdom and Spain
Truvía® Baking Blend, a blend of Truvía® Natural Sweetener and sugar, is launched in the US
Truvía® sweetener is launched in France and Italy
Truvía® sweetener is launched in Venezuela
Truvía® sweetener is launched in Canada
Truvía® Brown Sugar Blend, a blend of Truvía® Natural Sweetener and brown sugar, is launched in the US
Julie Upton, MS, RD became healthcare ambassador for Truvía® sweetener