Posted on April 7th, 2015
Robert Brooke, Stevia First’s CEO, is a proven biotechnology entrepreneur driven by his passion for optimal health.
Company OverviewStevia First Corp. (OTCQB: STVF) plans to become a premier global supplier of stevia products through use of proprietary fermentation technologies combined with modern agricultural innovations. The stevia extract would be destined mostly for use by major multinational food and beverage companies, which enables the reduction of sugar and artificial sweeteners in low-cost, mainstream products. Of the most abundant steviol glyclosides, the one with best taste profile is Reb A, which can be 200 to 400 times sweeter than sugar, depending on how it is formulated and used. Reb A has zero calories and does not elicit a glycemic response – making it appropriate for diabetics. It’s also non-cariogenic, making it safe for teeth. Because Reb A is heat and pH stable, people can use it the same way they use sugar – and enjoy calorie-free sweetness. As part of its "Beyond Reb A" research program, Stevia First aims... Learn More »
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Posted on March 26th, 2015
The goal of my blog posting today is to provide an overview of the status of our Diagnostics and Therapeutics business u...Read More »
Posted on March 24th, 2015
Yesterday was my first full day at BIO Asia, the premier biotech event in Asia. While still early, it is already shaping...Read More »
Posted on March 23rd, 2015
Welcome to the inaugural post of my Chairman’s blog. This year looks to be a pivotal year for GenSpera and I thought i...Read More »
Posted on March 19th, 2015
Dear NeoStem Shareholders, As you might imagine, the first two months of my tenure as the Chief Executive Officer of Neo...Read More »
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