Category: Company Updates

Stevia Processing Pilot Plant Delivers Promising Results

In partnership with Wageningen University we have developed and patented (WO2015057061A1) a unique biorefining extraction process to extract Steviol Glycosides from the Stevia Rebaudiana plant. The mild biological extraction process opens up the plant cells releasing...

Tackling the Burning Issue of Affordable Housing

As part of our continued commitment to viable +impact investment opportunities, we are pleased to announce the formation of a new Joint Venture (JV) partnership aimed tackling the burning issue of affordable housing in...

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...

Assessing Novel Crops

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

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...

Stevia Extraction Test Results Imminent

On June 17th we announced that we were due to commence stevia extraction/processing trials. The results are encouraging and we are now awaiting the analysis results, at which stage a final report will be...

Fresh Round of Stevia Trials on the Way!

This month Stevia 1931, our flagship project, is commencing fresh stevia trials across various locations in Ghana. We have sourced an exciting new range of stevia varieties from across the globe, which we expect...

Preparing Stevia Extraction Experiments

The developments within Stevia 1931 go with leaps and bounds! Yesterday part of the Stevia 1931 team met at the test site where they are due to conduct their stevia extraction experiments. The site...