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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Purecircle Limited LSE:PURE London Ordinary Share BMG7300G1096 ORD USD0.10 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 99.50 99.40 99.60 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 99.2 5.7 3.8 27.8 184

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/3/2009
19:47
Thanks for the feedback chaps!
pitwits
18/3/2009
17:42
darlo,daviddosh & foodcritic...thanks for the comments...I think this is a winner
sleveen
18/3/2009
17:00
That seems to be a bit of a theme, reducing sugar rather than replacing it all together. Is this because of taste profile? http://www.suncrystals.com/#intro
foodcritic
18/3/2009
15:54
Foodcritic - that was a question asked. FD highlighted the tie up with Firmenich, (RNSed here: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200901060700131565L) & that tests and samples are being worked on right now. Several times he talked about Reb-A's potential to not just be a sugar replacement, but to work together with sugar both in drinks & food.
darlocst
18/3/2009
15:32
Darl - thanks for this, good to get some direct feedback. Was there any mention of Reb-A use in other (non drink) food products?
foodcritic
18/3/2009
15:30
Another couple of points from the Mello evening... The plant can apparently be dried and stored. The crop is being introduced to a number of new countries.
davidosh
18/3/2009
15:30
Yep, he wouldn't have mentioned it otherwise, seems reasonable.
realcooltrader
18/3/2009
15:27
No confirmation, he just pointed out that the story was on the food navigator website. Given the current large market share PURE have and the fact that the FD specifically mentioned the announcement I would be very surprised if PURE were not supplying at least of the Snapple's Reb-A requirement!
darlocst
18/3/2009
15:24
Dotting the i's and crossing the t's I reckon
nurdin
18/3/2009
15:23
many thanks darlo...nice summary :o)
nurdin
18/3/2009
15:22
Thanks darlocst, most interesting. You say the FD mentioned Snapple, did he confirm that PURE is supplying the Reb-A?
realcooltrader
18/3/2009
15:17
I was at the Mello presentation. CEO, Magomet Malsagov, & FD William Mitchell presented. Same slides as available on website: http://www.purecircle.com/media/356afd35/Results%20Presentation%20FINAL.pdf Samples of the 7 drinks launched since FDA approval came through in December + table top sugar replacements were available to try. I was impressed with the taste. Each of the seven drinks offers a 100 MT supply opportunity. Comprehensive overview & lots of questions from investors. Nothing particularly new, although the FD did mention the Snapple annoucement I posted the other day. Confirmation that the market opportunity is very large, pepsi & coca-cola are backing Reb-A in a big way. Comfortable with current year expectations. Clearly the big risk is execution, securing enough raw stevia crop to meet forecast demand, plantations in new countries proving to be a success, scaling up processing production in China, etc. Confirmed have enough cash to execute all current growth plans, expect to be casflow positive in H2 next year. Note on interims just published, there is one harvest per year of Stevia in China & all the leaf is bought in H1. It is now being processed & then the product sold so cash levels will increase in H2. Lots more detail but I came away with the view that PURE are pleased with the way the market is developing and confident that they can scale up to meet the demand. Very happy to continue to hold the shares.
darlocst
18/3/2009
09:27
to get rid of the missing 456.
rrr
17/3/2009
13:46
Any news from the Mello meeting last night?
btb2
17/3/2009
07:21
Interesting news (Mar 12th) that Snapple are launching a Reb-A sports drink: http://www.foodnavigator-usa.com/Financial-Industry/Dr-Pepper-Snapple-announces-first-major-Reb-A-sweetened-sports-drink "Although he would not comment on which company was supplying Reb A for the sports drink, Peter Milsted, executive sales and marketing director of Reb A supplier PureCircle said: "We are delighted to see the top three beverage manufacturers in the USA all embracing the use of Reb A as the natural sweetener for mainstream products. Early US retail sales data for the Reb A-containing products in the beverage and tabletop top categories is extremely encouraging." All Sport Naturally Zero is due to hit the shelves next month in three flavors: Dragonfruit, Strawberry Star Fruit and Mandarin Orange."
darlocst
16/3/2009
16:01
chart looks horny...to use somebodys phrase..:o)
nurdin
16/3/2009
14:33
just risen back up through that crucial level of the previous intraday high - 190p looks the next resistance/ Just 1 mm left on the ask too - been firm buying the past two days. CR
cockneyrebel
16/3/2009
14:04
there was a write up in shares mag or investor cant remeber which one with buy. yngwie
yngwie
16/3/2009
14:00
Looks to me the spread is to wide to tempt buyers at the mo.
spudders
16/3/2009
12:21
somethings a foot
cambium
16/3/2009
12:16
Nice rise!
rrr
15/3/2009
15:38
Good write up david. :o)
nurdin
15/3/2009
15:33
Anyone for dinner ?? http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=11481963
davidosh
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