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4 comments:

  1. (posted July 30, 2013) Thank you for taking the time to put together this information. That you are not selling anything makes it more valuable and trustworthy.

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  2. (posted August 6, 2013) Thanks for this review. I'm just on Amazon looking for liquid and also found Daforto Stevia, couldn't find anything about it, any experience?

    It also amazes me that how consumers can be cheated on Stevia use ... - no comment. Actually I did one on Amazon regarding and uncovering Truvia and PureVia real ingridients. I will link you in next comment :)

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    1. (posted Aug 14, 2013) Hi there! I'm sorry. I haven't heard of Daforto Stevia. Seems they supply stevia products for the EU, Norway and Switzerland. The best thing to do is to look at the ingredients on their website and read reviews.

      Keep in mind that products can boast a very high REB A purity percentage. I personally prefer the more rounded out taste of the stevia product "High purity steviol glycoside extract" which is made of approximately equal parts Stevioside and Reb A. I find the "Reb A" products too bitersweet even though they claim it won't be bitter.
      It can come down to personal taste but I don't think a high REB-a percentage (Daforta claims 98% REB A purity) actually means better. Hope that makes sense.

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  3. (posted November 26, 2013) Sweet review, pun intended. Thank you for taking the time to share the facts.

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