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% 131.20 129.60 132.80 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 99.2 5.7 3.8 34.2 242

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08/3/2010
12:27
PURECIRCLE LIMITED ("PureCircle" or "the Company") Stevia-based product launches increase in 2010 PureCircle (LSE: PURE), the world's leading producer of Natural High Intensity Sweeteners, including Reb A, is pleased to provide this update on the latest developments in the global stevia market. Stevia usage is expanding into a broadening range of applications worldwide. According to Mintel more than 60 new products containing stevia ingredients have been launched in the first two months of 2010, an increase of 36 per cent over the same period in 2009 with the beverage category up more than 140 per cent. With the support of major food and beverage companies around the world, stevia is continuing to gain awareness and share within the market place. Following Pepsi's successful launches and expansion of SobeLifewater® 0 calorie and Tropicana's Trop 50, the Pepsi Lipton Tea Partnership has added another major brand to the list of stevia sweetened products. In February the joint venture launched Lipton Iced Tea Lemon and Green Tea Peach Mango. The products are 100 per cent natural, with no artificial flavours, artificial colours or preservatives. The successful delivery of beverages using Reb A has led to its introduction into new categories. In the US new products in Unilever's Wish-Bone® salad dressing range include stevia Reb A as ingredient. These new products are available in such varieties as Italian and Red Wine Vinaigrette. In Australia a leading food retailer, Coles, has launched new, lighter buns made using high purity Reb A with sugar. 'Living Lighter Hot Cross Buns' contain 25 per cent fewer calories than standard Coles Fruit Hot Cross buns while delivering the same taste. Tabletop is another category experiencing the global momentum of stevia. Heavy USA marketing spend by stevia tabletop brands estimated in excess of $57m in media over the past twelve months has helped continue the advance of stevia's market share in the low calorie sweetener category which in turn has led to the introduction of leading brands in new markets. PureVia™ tabletop brand, previously available in the United States, Australia and Mexico, has now expanded into France following the recent approval of the use of Reb A in the tabletop category. The expansion into France further demonstrates the growing global interest in stevia's all natural, great tasting, zero calorie sweetness. PureCircle Limited (www.purecircle.com), Magomet Malsagov, Managing Director +60 1 2388 8049
haroldthegreat
06/3/2010
12:08
BUY reccomendation in this weeks IC, full page write up.
spudders
01/3/2010
18:36
Its worth having a look at Imperial's website. There is no packaging details for Stevia as far as I can see, will be interesting to watch the progress on this venture.
spudders
01/3/2010
16:57
1P PER DAY GETS US UP TO 299 IN 2 MONTHS CANT SEE WHY ITS NOT HIGHER THE BENEFITS ARE OBVIOUS IN TODAYS SOCIETY.
haroldthegreat
22/2/2010
10:33
Great news. This company has explosive growth potential, especially in the US. Any product that will help a person to loss weight yet satisfy their sweet tooth is worth investing in! This JV should make huge inroads into the market share of other zero calorie producers e.g of Aspartame etc., which are not classified as "natural". I note that analysts estimate a 2011 PEG of 0.05 - thus massive estimated growth in EPS expected. When EU approval is obtained (hopefully end of this year)I dont see why Pure's share price will not double over next two years.
troc1958
22/2/2010
09:31
TIDMPURE RNS Number : 4489H PureCircle Limited 21 February 2010 PURECIRCLE LIMITED ("PureCircle" or "the Company") Imperial Sugar Company & PureCircle Limited launch Natural Sweet Ventures, to deliver "all the sweetness of sugar, but with fewer calories, naturally" PureCircle Limited (LSE: PURE) - Imperial Sugar Company and PureCircle Limited are pleased to announce the launch of Natural Sweet Ventures LLC ("Natural Sweet" ), a joint venture created between Imperial, one of the largest marketers of refined sugar in the NAFTA region, and PureCircle, the global leader in the production of high purity stevia products. The exclusive North American joint venture will be the first ingredients company to combine the natural benefits of both sugar and stevia to create an extensive line of reduced calorie natural sweet applications for the food and beverage industry: "All the sweetness of sugar, but with fewer calories, naturally" Consumers looking for natural sweetness with reduced calories Consumers continue to love sugar. Consumers trust natural sugar and the natural sweet taste it brings to their favorite products. Rightly, natural sugar is at the core of sweet ingredients in Food and Beverages. This natural sweetness is why so many companies are switching back to sugar in their products. Natural Sweet Ventures' products provide a sugar option with additional benefits: - Same sweetness with fewer calories - Natural and GMO-free - Lower glycemic index
sheeneqa
15/2/2010
08:28
This is the link to the article mentioned by spudders. Good luck to all who are holding this share. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/purecircle-set-for-sweet-deal-with-major-sugar-company-1898729.html
a1samu
14/2/2010
21:46
Good article in todays Independant. Looks like a tie in with a major sugar manufacturer is on the cards also a possibility of moving to main market by end of year. :))
spudders
08/2/2010
17:43
Looks like an order being filled - plenty of sells with a stable price.
yf23_1
08/2/2010
16:20
A good report on Pure Circle was done by Equity Development not to long ago......have a look: http://equitydevelopment.co.uk/investors
hannahh
08/2/2010
16:05
Equity Development have done a free report on Pure Circle....I think it gives you an overall picture of the company....check it out: http://equitydevelopment.co.uk/investors
hannahh
30/1/2010
17:31
Has anyone tried a product containing reb-a. Imo the share price should start to pick up, surely not all this good news is already in the price.
spudders
29/1/2010
09:57
Forecasts must be a little difficult, given the scale of what is happening, but looking good: t/o june10 £80m was £71m a month and 6mnths ago. t/o june11 £157m was £138m a week ago. clearly some upgrading going on. Equityresearch, doesn't seem to have tried to pin No's down but full of cheerful waffle, Mrs Obama grows veg & uses Stevia, stuff like that always has me in a panic, but it just might be OK in good old USA. Huge pot going forward & professional nature of processing plant & brand building looks good.
n1blet
26/1/2010
16:08
a very full report but i am not so sure about the barriers of entry being high (mentioned)
cnx
26/1/2010
11:43
Good thanks cestnous, fair value between 300p and 430p, as per page 29. I am holding to these levels and beyond.
a1samu
26/1/2010
10:48
All you ever needed to know about PURE http://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/downloader/698
cestnous
22/1/2010
16:05
Tipped in trendwatch yesterday :) They are a bit wary of the wild swings in the share price
spudders
14/1/2010
15:13
More good news. Plenty of acarage now. Good luck all :)
spudders
18/12/2009
14:12
In its own statement to the Singapore Stock Exchange today, Olam stated that "it has acquired additional interests in PureCircle as it believes the investment in the Company will lead to accretion of significant shareholder value in the long term for the following reasons: Strong growth prospects of PureCircle: Since US Food and Drug Administration "Generally Recognised as Safe" clearance for high purity Reb A to be used as a food and beverage ingredient was granted in December 2008, a range of stevia-sweetened products have been launched in the US and performed well, securing strong sales. For example, stevia-sweetened "tabletop" products have secured 10% of the US table-top sweetener market. Similarly, sales of PepsiCo's SoBe Lifewater beverage flavours sweetened with Reb A, which were launched in 2009, are outperforming the category (Source: Nielsen). With continuing pressure for the reduction of calories in food and beverages, PureCircle's discussions with both current and potential clients have led to the expectation that such clients are planning launches of stevia-sweetened products and line extensions in a wider range and larger size in 2010 and 2011. Olam therefore believes that PureCircle will benefit directly from these expected product launches. Strategic value for Olam: Olam is currently exploring several initiatives for developing the stevia leaf supply chain in countries where it has an active presence and where the agro-climatic conditions are suitable for stevia cultivation. In addition, Olam believes that there is potential to distribute Reb A and stevia-based tabletop products in markets where PureCircle does not have a direct presence today.
angusf27
11/12/2009
14:30
Coke to launch Sprite with Stevia in France in the New Year. http://www.agra-net.com/portal2/home.jsp?template=newsarticle&artid=20017728733 Commentators expect PepsiCo and a leading F&B brand to follow suit with launches in the New Year. Merry Christmas!
angusf27
24/11/2009
11:02
Regulatory Update from SteviaWorld Europe 18.11.09 EU is on schedule to approve the stevia safety dossier in Q1 2010. The new additive regulations do not require individual country ratification so if the process remains on track, steviol glycosides will be authorised for sale in the 27 member States by Q3 this year.
angusf27
23/11/2009
16:49
thanx sleveen ... so common sense suggests EU approval will follow soon m&s that's how i've read it also...and as HTG suggested earlier, in a similar manner as pharmaceuticals are authorised
sleveen
23/11/2009
16:44
thanx sleveen ... so common sense suggests EU approval will follow soon I was more concerned about putting it in my coffee than it reducing the market size for Pure Circle ... I don't want to poison myself :-)
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