January 27, 2011

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WILD Flavors Stevia Deemed Tooth-Friendly

ERLANGER, Ky.WILD Flavors, Inc., announced its Sunwin stevia received the seal of approval from Toothfriendly International, a nonprofit association governed by dental professionals. The seal of approval was granted based on results of a plaque-pH telemetry study conducted at the Dental Institute of the University of Zurich. The study demonstrated that Sunwin stevia poses no risk for teeth, as it does not depress the plaque-pH below the critical level of 5.7. When the acid concentration falls below this threshold, teeth can be damaged.

Stevia provides interesting opportunities for manufacturers of tooth-friendly products," confirms Dr. Albert Bär of Toothfriendly International. Stevias all-natural image will be compelling especially for those consumers who truly read labels and are health conscious."

WILD offers Sunwin stevia in a variety of grades to meet manufacturers specific formulation needs. WILD product development specialist, Matthias Sass, explains: We see tremendous opportunities for the use of stevia in all kinds of food applications, and also in tooth-friendly products. Currently, we are the only one to offer stevia for which the Toothfriendly endorsement has been obtained."
Sunwin Stevia is made in partnership with Sunwin International Neutraceuticals, Inc.

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