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 34.6 242

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08/3/2013
17:24
thanks...........found it
cnx
08/3/2013
16:17
its all over the news just google sprite UK. Also on the Coke website
casper_j
08/3/2013
12:26
casper, where did you read or hear about the sprite news? do you have a link? thanks
cnx
07/3/2013
21:10
The news on Sprite in the UK is massive and the price has not really moved. One of Coke's main products in a major market is going to have 30% stevia and pure is the supplier. And lets not forget France. The sales numbers for Jan - Jul 2013, will surely set a rocket under the shareprice
casper_j
21/2/2013
04:12
just arrived in uk in time to watch an advert for "tropicana 50" a fruit juice made with styvia sweetener,and said to have 50% less calories than sugar. no mention of PURE but will read the blurb on the packaging when at supermarket.
cnx
04/2/2013
23:52
From Seeking Alpha 3:52 PM The USDA is out with 160 pages of proposed new regulations which will attempt to guide schools into offering fewer sugary snacks on their campuses. Industry watchers think that a good portion of the nation's schools have already enacted at least some of the suggested nutritional guidelines including kicking out soda (KO, PEP, DPS) from vending machines
cnx
16/1/2013
23:58
http://www.sweetgreenfields.com/press.php THE LAST ITEM DETAILS THEIR PROCESSING FACILITY A SERIOUS COMPETITOR TO PURE?
cnx
16/1/2013
23:46
http://www.sweetgreenfields.com/
cnx
15/1/2013
06:21
US: Southeast stevia acreage expected to increase Stevia production at commercial and research sites in both Georgia and North Carolina was so successful that Sweet Green Fields Inc., a primary supplier of stevia to the food and drink industry worldwide, has announced plans to expand commercial production in the Southeast. In 2012, Sweet Green Fields worked with grower partners in Georgia and North Carolina to produce the first commercial stevia crops in the Southeast U.S. They also planted test plots of the crop with the support of the Georgia and the North Carolina Departments of Agriculture, along with the Colleges of Agriculture from land grant universities in both states. source: southeastfarmpress.com Publication date: 1/14/2013
cnx
07/1/2013
17:06
PURE downgraded to hold by Numis today. Strange given the positive trading update so assume they had already factored this into their valuation (which is unchanged at 270p). Anyway, I got this from a site called Broker Forecasts. You can access the whole story here: http://www.brokerforecasts.com/news/article/articleId/4515203
major clanger
07/1/2013
08:36
http://www.investegate.co.uk/purecircle-limited-%28pure%29/rns/trading-update/201301070700099109U/
dia43
04/12/2012
22:08
My trailing stop loss took me out yesterday at around 250p with a cracking proffit. Would like to get back in so will keep an eye out for a dip but it looks pretty strong at the moment. Good luck to all. It's been pretty sweet for me!
count chris
03/12/2012
17:39
More good news :)
spudders
16/10/2012
20:37
Think Stevia's time is coming - advertised quite a bit now in the UK
count chris
28/9/2012
16:40
corn prices still high and corn user costs will be so for 6 to 18 months. corn makes High Fructose Syrup which is used in soft drinks, beers, baking etc as an alternative to sugar. this should help stevia producers
cnx
28/9/2012
16:29
nice long term agreements with TCCC which should cover most fixed costs going forward, at least.
cnx
27/9/2012
20:37
That's the question did the products sell and the fact it took so long to clear the inventories makes you wonder. Anyway we are at 12 month highs and the chart looks good which should get some attention so my gut feeling is there's more to come.
count chris
27/9/2012
14:17
why should they drop it? its a sugar substitute ,more healthy, less calories , unless they can find a cheaper reliable source i would doubt they would drop it. if the products made with it dont sell thats another story. i am sure the products would be formulated to disguise the taste
haroldthegreat
23/9/2012
19:47
Yes it seems all the customers got too much inventory and things slowed. As that inventory runs out it should be crunch time - do they order more or drop it?
count chris
22/9/2012
16:41
Whether you like the taste or not, the important thing is that Stevia product is rapidly gaining market share in the the low end table top sweetener area. 25% already in France and in US I can't remember the figure but I think it is more than this. So people like it. This is really the low end and low margin part of the business and in the transcript Pure mention that they are not focussed on this. They are not business to consumer. Their focus is on formulations for beverage, dairy, ketchups, confectionary, cookies etc. To deliver this in scale and get repeat orders they need the control on production and supply chain. This link on their website is a good explanation http://www.foodbev.com/news/purecircles-jason-hecker-on-how-stevia-i Count Chris you are right about the jackpot being carbonated soft drinks.They are being very conservative on their sales forecast for this year at 30% growth. They said this does not include the CSD's as they don't know when the coke and pepsi's current stevia inventory will be exhausted. So we have to wait, but I don't think much longer given the number of trial launches. Purecircle overinvested and for a while this has been a serious drag on the share price. But they are now in a position of dominance and thankfully well capitalised. 70% of the ownership is held by just a few long term significant shareholders.
casper_j
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