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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 27.4 184

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/5/2009
14:17
news of deals with Nabisco Kelloggs etc would make me buy in again.
sleveen
01/5/2009
14:14
Sleveen I agree, I have no problem with taking profits and did at so 220 before the dip as was 100% at that point. Very suprised at the onward charge just because of no real news (contracts). Still, not complaining as still have substantial amount at now very low average.
foodcritic
01/5/2009
14:02
no argument with that theory but PURE are due a breather IMHO.
sleveen
01/5/2009
13:06
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sheeneqa
01/5/2009
11:34
OK, hands up, I have taken some profits, but there is lots of buying going on.
cambium
29/4/2009
09:15
http://www.foodproductdesign.com/hotnews/sse09--exploring-the-evolving-stevia-market.html SSE09: Exploring the Evolving Stevia Market 04/28/2009 SECAUCUS, N.J.-Once just a humble plant in South America, stevia has emerged in the last year as the newest option in the sweetener toolbox, particularly as formulators turn to combinations of ingredients to deliver optimal taste profiles. Robert McQuate, GRAS Associates, took time out at SupplySide East to not only look at the evolution of the alternative sweetener industry, but project what may lie ahead for the newest entrant. One of the major issues now confronting both suppliers and producers is the GRAS (generally recognized as safe) status of stevia, stevia-derived compounds and, particularly, isolated rebaudioside A (Reb A); producers are also continuing to grapple with the issue of consumption levels and assurances of safety, as well as the necessity to understand chemical composition. McQuate noted there are major product development initiatives underway beyond just the beverage aisle, expanding into dairy, cereal and confectionery, with a "flood" of new products expected by 2010. Further, technological advances including enzymatic modification of stevia (to enhance taste and sweetness qualities) and a host of flavor initiatives will continue to expand the profile of the sweeteners. McQuate concluded there is great potential ahead, provided the industry "maintain a strong emphasis on production of high purity stevia-derived sweeteners while preserving strict quality control procedures."
foodcritic
28/4/2009
17:52
lots of new contracts on the way!!!!!
jammytass
28/4/2009
16:45
suprised this is not up more,buying looks quite heavy.
paulieb
27/4/2009
09:17
Bought more this morning
msarwar014
27/4/2009
07:39
Successful Completion of World's largest Stevia Extract Plant Expansion http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200904270702511870R FC
foodcritic
22/4/2009
15:03
ref, Spread bit to wide for most. It is a bit quiet here though. Longterm for me too :)
spudders
18/4/2009
11:32
Great run in the shares. Could well be time for a pull back before another kick on. Just a bit worried that it may be a while before some concrete figures come out which might cause the shares to drift a while having had such a great run. Afterall, the market cap is now almost £300m which is quite punchy given that there is still something of a "concept stock" air to the shares. Still, I'm a lousy trader and love the long term story so am holding on. Plus, as and when the shares shift to the main market there will be a whole new market of institutional investors that can then get interested who can't at the moment. By the way, that Donut fella from a few weeks back has well and truly lived up to his name. Gone a bit quiet now hasn't he?!
references
09/4/2009
11:50
bout time were shiftin' :p
leeson31
08/4/2009
19:59
The interview with Dorn Wenninger is ok, very positive as you would expect. Worth a listen IMO.
foodcritic
08/4/2009
12:16
profit taking me thinks
sleveen
08/4/2009
10:57
Good morning! PureCircle's Corporate VP- Global Supply Chain Shares Facts & Insights on Amazing Market Potential in Stevia & Reb-A Sweeteners Value Chain http://www.emediawire.com/releases/2009/4/prweb2301494.htm This link leads to Steviaworld phone interview with Dorn Wenninger. Bit of a faff as you need to enter email and follow a link etc... (then on their email list). I've just download (you can right click on a link at the bottom of the page and save as mp3) will listen in the car on way to meeting. Have a good day. FC
foodcritic
08/4/2009
08:56
..and the buyers keep coming in. Still below their floatation price of near 240p at the current exchange rate.
nurdin
07/4/2009
11:36
They are well behind Pure Circle..besides the market is huge enough to accomodate several players...
nurdin
07/4/2009
11:29
What do we think about the competition? http://www.foodnavigator.com/Financial-Industry/European-stevia-firm-to-build-Paraguay-plant?nocount S
smarm
07/4/2009
10:01
Nice find W3dders
foodcritic
07/4/2009
09:57
Thanks nurdin, interesting re coke and the approval in France. Looking good this morning.
foodcritic
07/4/2009
09:56
Thats the one!! Many thanks indeed. This could be a huge and a ready made market for PURE once France approves the use of Reb-A. cheers
nurdin
07/4/2009
09:51
Hi, Here's one article on the CocaCola aquisition this morning: http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/apr/06/innocent-drinks-sell-stake-coca-cola
w3dders
07/4/2009
09:40
headinfg straight for 250p :o)
nurdin
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