"We are very excited about the portfolio of sweeteners developed by WILD using Suwin Stevia™ extracts," commented Dongdong Lin, CEO of Sunwin Stevia International
Deerfield Beach, Florida (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
Sunwin Stevia International, Inc. "Sunwin" (SUWN) one of the top global providers of high quality stevia extracts including Rebaudioside A 98, announced today that WILD Flavors Gmbh, our worldwide distribution partner and developer of Sunwin Stevia™ sweeteners using Sunwin Stevia™ extracts, showcased its multifaceted product options using Sunwin Stevia™ sweeteners at this year's SIAL trade fair in Paris.
"WILD is able to offer manufacturers top-quality stevia extracts with an appealing flavour, thanks to its Taste Optimization Technology," says Silke Ortmann, product manager of sweetener systems at WILD. Manufactures can integrate WILD's Sunwin Stevia™ sweeteners in a variety of different foods and beverages from near waters, tea beverages, carbonated soft drinks or fruit –juice drinks to hard candies, chewing gum or chocolate products. Depending on client preferences as well as market demand, WILD can develop low-or no-calorie customized sweetener solutions that will enhance the taste of each products.
WILD anticipates the trend towards all natural, low-or no calorie food and beverage products to continue and expects stevia to continue to gain its popularity. WILD will work diligently with each client to select a sweetener system that will best complement its beverages and foods to create the optimal flavor profile.
"We are very excited about the portfolio of sweeteners developed by WILD using Suwin Stevia™ extracts," commented Dongdong Lin, CEO of Sunwin Stevia International, "We believe that with WILD's expertise in flavor enhancement and their dominance in this space, both our companies are uniquely positioned to capitalize on the growing market trends toward healthier and natural food and beverage products. We are confident this will help Sunwin to further enhance our position as a leader in the stevia industry."