Sunday, May 3, 2009

Our New Product - Stevia Powder

What you're looking at is more than 2kg of stevia powder. It takes about 500 grams of fresh leaves to make 100 grams of dried leaves. It took us a more than 2 weeks and more than 10 kilos of fresh stevia leaves, taken from more than 100 stevia plants to produce what you're seeing in this picture. Now, let me ask you, how much would you sell these?

11 comments:

Gilbert said...

If your stevia powder can be an alternative to commercial sweetener, you can sold it 500 PHP / oz. It would be more competitive to artificial sweeteners like Splenda, Equal and NutraSweet. Labelling would be a problem if you claim for a certain nutrient contents (e.g. organic, edible, aspartame free) of your product. Product labelling is very costly.

Tina said...

Hi,
I'm dying finding supplier of organic vegetables and fruits in season. Do you supply? I'm planning to open an organic store. I hope you can. Please email me...herbganics@yahoo.com
Thank you, Tina

Jen said...

Would it be possible to buy the stevia powder directly from you? How do we contact you? Email me at j_ferness@yahoo.com. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

hello! can i order stevia directly from you? wats the minimim order? please advise. Ager555@yahoo.com thanks

Melly said...

What do you do with Stevia powder?

Raymond and Mariel......................................... said...

Hello Melly,

We use stevia powder as a sweetener for teas or coffee.

zero calorie
zero GI


:)

chalia said...

This comment seems too late :) I am just curious, did you just let the leaves dry then pound it?

Raymond and Mariel......................................... said...

Hello Chalia,

we use a dehydrator to dry the herbs. then we use a food processor to grind them.

Anonymous said...

hello, i'm interested in stevia powder, how do you use it in coffee, does the powdered leaves dissolve?,

Raymond and Mariel......................................... said...

the powdered leaves doesn't dissolve in water, it only infuses with hot water, turning it green and sweet. you can then mix coffee or tea with that sweetened hot water.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Where can I buy your stevia powder? Please email me the details.... pasco_malen@yahoo.com