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Wisdom of the Ancients Hibiscus Tea Earns Top New Product Award From Progressive Grocer

SweetLeaf® Pumpkin Spice Sweet Drops® Chosen as ‘Good for You’ Product by Prevention

GILBERT, AZ (Dec. 9, 2019) – Industry publication Progressive Grocer chose Wisdom of the Ancients® Organic Yerba Maté Hibiscus Tea as one of its 2019 Editors’ Picks Top New Product awards and Prevention magazine recognized SweetLeaf® Liquid Stevia® Pumpkin Spice Sweet Drops® in the top 10 of “35 Pumpkin Spice Foods That Are Actually Good for You.”

SweetLeaf® Teams Up with Celebrity Fitness Expert Jorge Cruise Educating Consumers on Healthy Eating Habits

Best-selling author and fitness trainer advocates conquering weight loss by using no sugar SweetLeaf® Stevia 

GILBERT, AZ (Dec. 2, 2019) – SweetLeaf® Stevia Sweetener, the world’s most trusted stevia brand®, is teaming up with celebrity fitness expert and best-selling nutrition author Jorge Cruise to educate consumers on losing weight through better diets with low to no sugars and  intermittent fasting.

Better than Sugar! Stevia Sugar Replacement Products Win 2 Prestigious Taste Awards

World Stevia Organization bestows awards on SweetLeaf’s® newest stevia sweetener

GILBERT, AZ (Dec. 2, 2019) – New Better than Sugar!® granular and powdered premium sugar replacement products have won two prestigious awards in the recent World Stevia Organization 9th World Congress Stevia Tasteful 2019 awards in Amsterdam. Better than Sugar!, which comes in both regular and organic forms, is the newest stevia sweetener from Wisdom Natural Brands®, maker of SweetLeaf® Stevia Sweetener.

National Diabetes Month Emphasizes Dangers of Added Sugars in the Diet

SweetLeaf® Stevia Sweetener delivers taste with calories, carbs and added sugar 

GILBERT, AZ (Nov. 4, 2019) – Added sugar is a major contributor to obesity and diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association, with sugar-laden drinks contributing to much of the added sugar in the diet of Americans. During November, which is National Diabetes Month, Americans are urged to watch consumption of added sugar and be aware of the warning signs for diabetes.

Coffee Lovers, Rejoice! National Coffee Day Celebrates Your Favorite Beverage

SweetLeaf® Sweet Drops® add sweetness and flavor to your java without calories, sugars 

GILBERT, AZ (Sept. 23, 2019) – Thomas Jefferson once said that coffee is “the favorite drink of the civilized world.” Well, at least it’s the most commonly consumed beverage in the United States, according to the Specialty Coffee Association of America. So it isn’t too surprising that there is, indeed, a National Coffee Day, celebrated each year on Sept. 29.

Living a Low-Sugar Lifestyle Just Got Easier with New, Simple SweetLeaf® Videos

12 Fun Videos of Most-Requested Recipes From Website 

GILBERT, AZ (July 8, 2019) – Americans are striving to eat and drink better, living their best lives to the fullest extent and enjoying the benefits of a healthier lifestyle. Many times, that means choosing foods and drinks that are lower in sugar and carbs. As Americans become more aware of the harmful effects of added sugars in their diets, they want a solution. As the trusted sweetener since 1982, SweetLeaf® Stevia is dedicated to creating the highest quality products with few ingredients and a terrific taste profile for those who want better-for-you sweeteners.

Added Sugars Label Could Drastically Cut Cardio, Diabetes Cases

Healthcare costs could be reduced by billions, according to the American Heart Association’s Journal Circulation study

GILBERT, AZ (May 15, 2019) – Informing consumers about added sugars on the labels of all packaged foods and sugary drinks could drastically reduce cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes cases and save billions in healthcare costs, according to a new science advisory, “Cost-Effectiveness of the US Food and Drug Administration Added Sugar Labeling Policy for Improving Diet and Health,” published May 15 in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation. In addition, replacing sugars in packaged foods and sugary drinks with better-for-you alternatives could double the benefits, according to the study.