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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 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 99.2 5.7 3.8 26.7 184

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25/5/2012
20:05
Swings and roundabouts - there was also talk of strong sales growth and new markets opening up. As I've said here before we should all be trying the products and making up our own minds.
count chris
26/4/2012
16:22
Yes looks that way. MMs shaking out a few,some of them bought in that large trade at close.. Checked out Wang Tak Company Limited the company that is building the stake http://www.wangtak.com.hk/html_en/about_us.html They have previous form for building large stakes http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/8/22/business/20080822095950&sec=business
johnwise
26/4/2012
16:04
Looks like takeover... Wang Tak upping their stake to 5%
dlmit
26/4/2012
08:13
I am 50% up on this one and won`t be letting my shares go to Hong Kong for a while yet , I see no reason to sell http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2012/article/52120249
johnwise
24/4/2012
08:57
RNS Number : 9262B Purecircle Limited 24 April 2012 PURECIRCLE LIMITED ("PureCircle" or "the Company") Change of Significant Shareholding PureCircle (LSE: PURE), the world's leading supplier and marketer of high purity stevia products has been notified on 24 April 2012 by its significant shareholder, Wang Tak Company Limited, that following recent purchases of 68,850 (sixty eight thousand eight hundred fifty) shares from the open market, they now currently hold 7,725,650 shares in PureCircle Limited. The shares were acquired as follows: http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2012/article/52120249
johnwise
16/4/2012
10:55
SP was over 146 for a second there - was beginning to get excited. Seems to be making slow and steady progress and has broken 120p at last. If believe charting then resistance looks to be at 20p increments so we need to keep above 140p now to move on.
count chris
04/4/2012
17:14
just back from waitrose in frimley "Green Canderel" has STEVIA in bold letters and acknoledges "Stevia Pure Circle" as Trade Mark as does "PureVia" PV manufactured by Whole Earth Sweetener Co "TrueVia" acknowledges Stevia as content but no mention of PURE. No mention of Hermasetas containing stevia or on Sweetex at co-op all this is probably small but must await bulk sales to sweet drinks and large bakers
cnx
04/4/2012
11:33
from westhoue http://www.westhousesecuritiesresearch.com/Research/id/6461
cnx
03/4/2012
22:48
some of the old chemical sweetener brands have been reborn through stevia. Hermesetas is the only one I remember, for the moment
scrutable
03/4/2012
20:09
S do you have the brand names at waitrose?
cnx
03/4/2012
15:02
It has now appeared in a wide range of forms, prices and and brands amongst the sweeteners in the local Waitrose. I have also bought it in liquid form from Amazon:1 drop = 1 teaspoon of sugar, but that one was grossly overstated. More like :3 drops = 1 teaspoon. On the shelves it comes as 100% stevia in the very tiniest of tablets. It also comes mixed into sugar, white or brown. Nothing under £3. I am sure the price will crack I wonder if this supermarket launch is responsible for the exceptional share price surge?
scrutable
15/3/2012
15:58
no doubt some will appear. the sample just arrived through the post box. i have tried it but as i gave up sugar years ago and replaced it with saccharin and am now a saccharin addict i found it sweet but missed my saccharin. it needs someone who used sugar to try it and give an opinion . i found it acceptable but missed the saccharin taste im now used to. there are obviously a lot more stevia products being launched.
haroldthegreat
06/3/2012
22:23
We need to get it into fizzy drinks THEN it'll take off! Was the sample unexpected or something you requested? Have you tried it?
count chris
06/3/2012
13:41
pure via sample came through the letter box this morning. it contains pure circle stevia from their website At Whole Earth Sweetener Company, we partner with PureCircle, the world's leading provider of natural, high intensity sweeteners to the global food and beverage industry ensuring that Pure Via¬ô is sweetened with the highest quality natural sweetener. PureCircle uses only the sweetest extracts from the stevia plant. And through investment in expertise, innovative technology and facilities around the world, PureCircle's goal is to improve global health and well-being by providing natural, pure extracts which are ideal for a wide variety of food and beverage applications. For more information, visit www.purecircle.com and www.reb-a.com this is the second product i have seen with pure circle stevia. the market is vast for these products. the shares should at last take off.
haroldthegreat
24/2/2012
22:18
cnx - it's an ingredient in someone else's product but if it becomes a high profile, desirable ingredient then we may see prominent Stevia logos on products. I get the impression that's what Pure is aiming for. So far only managed to find bags of sugar & Stevia...
count chris
23/2/2012
22:50
up 7p (6.2%)today, thus 25P in 9 days. That is a strong enough price upside to constitute a re-rating in progress. This the time of year when large food/drinks groups place contracts for a year's supply of anything they need.
scrutable
20/2/2012
01:50
do they retail under their own brands? or is it a content in someonelses packet?
cnx
19/2/2012
22:11
A friend told another friend he was using a Stevia sweetener so that's what I thought I'd try - not tracked it down yet.
count chris
19/2/2012
19:41
They only bleddy started advertising stevia on TV - saw it this morning
sir rational
19/2/2012
18:47
a few products now available in the uk. canderel lists pure circle stevia on the packet of their new sweetener. the silver spoon product does not mention pure circle.
haroldthegreat
16/2/2012
16:26
Not a field I know anything about, but as a diabetic stevia looks like a range of products the world is impatiently waiting for, once it is clearly better for us than the existing carcinogenically tainted table top substitutes. This is the time of year when the big drinks companies tie up their annual contracts. The sharp share 35% price rise during February- from 87p- 118p on very small volume- suggests that one or two contract stories have leaked. Just 3p more on the price and we have a significant break out from a year ago. In April 2010 the share price reached a high of 305p before succumbing to the many difficulties of a start up. In a day or two we shall see whether PURE is set to recover fully - in which case it will more than treble from its recent low
scrutable
14/2/2012
22:28
Use is more industrial! You won't find it in Sainsburys
sir rational
14/2/2012
22:26
True enough. I'm ashamed to say I haven't tried the damn stuff - I'll try to hunt some down then we'll see what the potential is!
count chris
14/2/2012
22:07
Definitely worth monitoring. Been looking at this for a couple years. Not sure a thinly traded share going up 15% means much but the product has good potential.
sir rational
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