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Sunwin International & WILD Flavors Receive GRAS Letters of No Objection from FDA Validating Safety of Multiple Sunwin Stevia Extracts
Date:3/25/2010

customized sweetening systems meeting specific taste, price and caloric goals, which is a strong competitive advantage in the market place.

“The affirmations by the FDA are a major advancement in the stevia industry, allowing Sunwin and WILD Flavors to provide customers the broadest range of FDA approved stevia extract rather than a single product choice,” said Mike Ponder, CEO of WILD Flavors. “Together, we can now offer major global food and beverage companies all natural, low-calorie or no-calorie sweetening system solutions that take advantage of WILD’s technical expertise. By using the combination of all natural flavors and carefully selected grades of Sunwin Stevia Extracts, we can create sweetening systems to meet our customers’ specific needs. We offer all Sunwin Stevia Extracts at highly competitive prices to companyies seeking these products and are poised to create better products and complete solutions for the consumer.”

Chairman Laiwang Zhang of Sunwin International stated, “These FDA letters of no objection to our GRAS claims, follow an extensive review of our production processes and the overall quality of our stevia products which are currently sold in many international locations where we are a major stevia supplier. These affirmations provide all consumer packaged goods companies the confidence to now fully embrace the use of multiple Sunwin Stevia Extracts in their products destined for US stores. Through our partnership with WILD Flavors, there are numerous companies already utilizing Sunwin Stevia Extracts in conjunction with WILD’s proprietary sweetening systems. The potential to increase this list of companies expands significantly with full FDA affirmation, including a number of companies presently exploring additional products with Sunwin and WILD Flavors.”

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