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About Truvia® Sweeteners

Satisfying sweetness - we are a great-tasting, natural, plant-based stevia sweetness sugar-alternative.

Our Sweeteners

Sweetness shouldn’t be avoided. We believe that if the little moments are made sweeter, a happy, balanced life will follow suit. Truvia offers a great tasting sugar alternative blending ingredients from the stevia leaf… so whether you’re adding to your cuppa, or baking a cake, we’ve got you covered.

Three Ingredients. Infinite Possibilities.

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Truvia Natural Sweetener is made with simply three ingredients: stevia leaf extract (also called steviol glycosides), erythritol and natural flavours. To make Truvia Natural Sweetener, we first take the sweetest parts of the stevia leaf and extract its sweetness. But stevia leaf extract is 200 times sweeter than sugar, so to balance the sweetness we add a sugar alcohol called erythritol. Then we add a special recipe of natural flavours to create great-tasting, low-calorie sweetness.
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Steviol Glycosides

(Stevia Leaf Extract)
Stevia is a plant that has been enjoyed for the delicate sweetness from its leaves for centuries. The stevia leaves are dried and steeped in water to unlock the best tasting part of the leaf which is then purified.
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Erythritol

Erythritol is a sweetener, produced by a fermentation process like beer and cheese. Erythritol is also found in fruits like grapes and pears.
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Natural Flavors

Natural flavours are used to bring out the best of Truvia Natural Sweetener, like pepper or salt or any other spice that would be used to enhance the taste of food.

From Stevia to Truvia Sweetener

In six stages, the sweetness of stevia makes the journey from harvest to your kitchen. By always following this series of steps, we ensure we obtain the best tasting parts of the stevia leaf to use in our sweeteners to add to your favourite dishes.

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Stevia begins as a root-cutting cultivated in greenhouses.
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It is then transplanted as a seedling to the field in early spring.
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When ready, the leaves are harvested and dried.
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The leaves are steeped in water to aid in the extraction process.
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The sweet extract is then purified to concentrate the best tasting parts of the leaf.
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Finally, Truvia stevia leaf extract (steviol glycosides) is blended with other ingredients depending on your Truvia sweetener of choice.

More About Truvia Sweetener Products

The stevia leaf extract (also known as steviol glycosides) used in Truvia is a high purity sweetener containing the best-tasting parts of the stevia leaf.

No. Truvia Natural Sweetener is certified Non-GMO by NSF’s True North Program. Visit their site for more information.

Natural Flavours are used to bring out the best of Truvia Natural Sweetener, like pepper or salt or any other spice that would be used to enhance the taste of food.

Erythritol is a sweetener, produced by a fermentation process like beer and cheese. Erythritol is also found in fruits like grapes and pears.