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Welcome to the Team Bernard!

Bernard Ronoh has joined the Stevia 1931 team. Bernard is a seasoned agronomist with extensive experience in agriculture and stevia cultivation. His first mission will be to guide to stevia trials we are due to commence...

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Researching Promising Crops

Together with Wageningen University we have started a research project focusing on w promising crops. These Moringa and Thaumatin. The objective of the study is to look at the cultivation aspects of the crops,...

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Stevia 1931 Newsletter

Our flagship project Stevia 1931 is developing rapidly. For that reason we will start publishing a dedicated newsletter covering company and market updates exclusively on stevia. Sign-up here…

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New Horizons

This month we have concluded (in partnership with SNV) our feasibility study with regards to the opportunities of cultivation and extraction stevia in Kenya. Our findings have been encouraging and can be broadly summed up as follows:...

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Worlds Apart

It’s been everywhere, yet I couldn’t resist to post it. Heineken presents their experiment ‘Worlds Apart’. ”Can two strangers with opposing views prove that there’s more that unites than divides us?”  

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Can Impact Scale?

Listen to the latest Returns on Investment podcast from Impact Alpha featuring Institutional Investor’s mogen Rose-Smith and ImpactAlpha’s David Bank joined by host Brian Walsh of Liquidnet to talk about the disconnect between rhetoric and action, growth curves and why...

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Stevia Processing Trials Prove Successful

Our large scale stevia processing trials have proven to be a huge success. Now we have concluded the evaluation, we are currently entering the implementation phase and engaged in talks with various strategic partners to ensure successful...

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Seeking Farming Communities to Grow Stevia

We are seeking ‘ready to go’ farming communities throughout West Africa to cultivate stevia. Our primary focus is on Ghana, yet we are also exploring opportunities in Burkina Faso and Ivory coast. Stevia 1931...

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