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Sweetlife - a natural sweetener - a stevia extract

Sweetlife -  a natural sweetener - a stevia extract

About SweetLife

We - Richie Raffle Biotech Private Limited, take pride in introducing ourselves as the one of the leading manufacturers of 'Stevia' all natural sweeteners, a stevia leaf extract white powder labeled as "Sweetlife™", in India.

Stevia is the world’s only all natural sweetener with zero calories, zero carbohydrates and a zero glycemic index making it completely safe for diabetics & calorie conscious. Stevia leaf is 15 to 20 times sweeter than sugar & its extracts are around 150 to 300 times sweeter than sugar, mostly comprising of Stevioside & Rebaudioside.

Stevia has been approved as the safe food additive by US WHO / FDA. Sweetlife a product from Richie Raffle Biotech [P] Limited is an extract of stevia herb that has been used as a sweetener in South America for hundreds of years. It is calorie - free, and the powdered concentrate is 300 times sweeter than sugar. Stevia is widely used all over the world.

We believe you will love Sweetlife unique blend of stevia. It’s all-natural, 0 calorie composition make it a sweet supplement for a healthier lifestyle. Not only is it a naturally good way to supplement your diet, it also has a flavor that can only be described with one word - sweet. That's why we call it Sweetlife.

Stevia is the #1 sweetening agent in Japan & accounts for more than 50% of market share with an estimated size of 3 billion yen/yr. Today Stevia is consumed by billions of people from its native origins of Paraguay & Brazil to Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Australia, Malaysia, USA, Canada, Russia, Ukraine & other countries

Also Sweetlife™ can be used in almost everything that could be sweetened. Unlike artificial sweeteners like Aspartame or Saccharin, it can withstand high cooking temperature (200° C) and can be used in boiling, cooking and baking.

Enjoy jams, sauces, biscuits, chocolates, ice-creams, kheer, gajar ka halwa, burfi, rasmalai, custard, puddings, cornflakes as well as beverages like tea, coffee, nimbu pani and lassi.

Stevia popularity as a source of alternative (healthier) natural non-caloric sweetener or substitute to sugar is rapidly expanding worldwide.

For more details please visit our website sweetlife.in

6 Replies

did your org. get this product tested, certified from accredited labs and pharma Labs in Japan, Korea, Europe and USA?????????????????????? I've had bad reports about 'stevia' no hard feelings; I avoid sweeteners in general. If I were in your place, always be a step ahead: amplify, get emphatic about credentials of your org. your pharma standrads, mfg. processes, and hold excellent intl. certifications too endorsing your product. Then advertise and market.


Thank you for your suggestions, we welcome your comments on product certification . However i would like to inform you that Stevia has been banned by Indian government in the year 2011, were as USA government and European governments has approved Stevia Reb A 98%.

We export Stevia to other countries and for exporting we need all the certifications and product testing in place, hope you agree with me.

"I posted product details as part of sharing the information only. We strictly do no business within India."

Recently "Food Safety and Standards Authority of India" (FSSAI) has approved Stevia.


no hard feelings, million apologies, but Indian Govt. institutions, Govt. Labs, Govt. hospitals or anything connected with Govt. Federal or State/s Govts.- no confidence, no accreditation whatsoever from intl. counterparts, I personally would not indulge in any endorsement God bless you and ALL with good health,


I think one should avoid sweeteners.We can enjoy tea or coffee without sugar.After all it is only an acquired taste.Even if you use them use very sparingly.We do not know when in times to come these substances will be declared harmful.


What are the complecations using sweeteners?Iam using nearly 8 tablets daily .Is it harmful ?please tel me somebody .I can avoid the use of sweeteners if convinced .


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Hope this should provide you the required information. Please do not consider this as advertising, since our website has certain links that would provide your with few reference links that might give you the answer for your query.

Thanks & Regards


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