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Healthy choices should taste great!
Here's to a Sweet and Healthy Lifestyle!

Hello! We are the Green Leaf team.
We commit to making sweets healthy and delicious at the same time.
We create our sweeteners from natural ingredients for your enjoyment and health. All our products are based on stevia.

We make our products only from the finest natural ingredients. We do not use flavor enhancers or other artificial additives.

Most of our foods are calorie-free and the rest is calorie-reduced. With us, you don't need to worry about weight gain 🙂

Perfect taste is about us. Thanks to our exclusive HARMONIX technology, Green Leaf stevia is non-bitter and has no aftertaste.

Our products are good to bake and do not become harmful when heated. And thanks to the granular form and sweetness identical to sugar (1 spoon of Green Leaf stevia = 1 spoon of sugar), they are easy to use.

Who are Green Leaf products for?

For those who lead a healthy lifestyle

Stevia differs from regular refined sugar in that it does not threaten human health. On the contrary, scientific studies have shown that stevia has many positive health effects.

For those who are monitoring weight or trying to get slimmer

Stevia contains no calories, so it won't hurt your figure.

For people with diabetes

Stevioside (a natural component of stevia) does not break down into smaller pieces and is not absorbed into the body. It increases insulin sensitivity, which helps lower blood sugar levels.

For all those with a sweet tooth 🙂

Stevia is safe for children and pregnant women. More than 200 studies prove its safety.

Stevia is naturally sweet

Stevia's sweet taste comes from the natural constituents of its leaves called steviol glycosides. Stevia glycosides are 250-350 times sweeter than sugar, but our manufacturing technologies help make it similar to sugar.

HISTORY OF STEVIA

Native to South America, the stevia plant has been harvested for hundreds of years and now flourishes worldwide. People have been using it to sweeten food for over 200 years.

At the beginning of the last century, Stevia was described by a Swiss botanist and named Stevia rebaudiana. She belongs to the sunflower family.

The industry began using stevia in Japan in 1971, and in 2008 and 2011, stevia was approved for use in foods and beverages in the United States and the European Union.