While what you say about Stevia may be true there are formulation opportunities and problems for ALL companies involved that none of us would have a clue about because the companies themselves don't know yet.
It's no where as black and white as you post it to be.
>It's no where as black and white as you post it to be.>
Same to you. You keep posting stevia news with the insinuation (or flat-out statement) that its development makes the SNMX products obsolete. This is false. At the least, they'll be able to compete with each other, an apples to oranges comparison. It's also quite possible that SNMX actually has a leg up on stevia since the SNMX product comes with no aftertaste.
You keep on insisting that SNMX sweet product has no aftertaste, you don't know that. That's what product formulation in the potential markets are all about.
You keep posting statements like that which the companies themselves don't have full knowledge. What Stevia does offer, that is known, is a much more potent sweetner, formulation issues are dependent on products and potential additions, possible sugar itself.