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 34.5 242

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/11/2013
23:45
are there any more products about to be launched? whats the reason for the rise? any tips to buy?
haroldthegreat
20/11/2013
12:03
Starting to wake up at last!!
nickg2
18/11/2013
15:29
Finally getting some interest after the recent director buy..,
nickg2
14/11/2013
15:23
Good to see the FD has some confidence here...
nickg2
27/10/2013
02:41
http://ftalphaville.ft.com/2013/10/25/1678072/sugar-as-the-new-tobacco/?source=email_rt_mc_body&app=n
cnx
27/10/2013
02:34
From the credit Suisse report: "Although medical research is yet to prove conclusively that sugar is in fact the leading cause of obesity, diabetes type II or metabolic syndrome, we compare and contrast various studies on its metabolic effects and nutritional impact. Alongside this, we question some of the accepted wisdom as to what is perceived as "good" and "bad" when it comes to sugar consumption, namely as to whether a calorie consumed is the same regardless of where it is derived from – sugar, fats, or protein – and whether solid foods are "nutritionally different" to liquids. Naturally, recent focus here – medical, media and regulatory – has intensified on certain products, with soft drinks being the common denominator for all three. Within the population, we are already seeing a gradual reduction in the consumption of sugar and a switch to an alternative "diet" or "low-fat" products, particularly among the most highly educated. Demands for regulation, or taxation to limit consumption, are growing. Yet governments and health officials have so far taken a mixed stance on the matter. The potential for a surge in negative public opinion and the looming threat of regulation and taxation are issues that the food and beverage industry clearly must address, though the extent to which they can do so without hurting their current business models is up for question. A diversification into new healthier products is gathering momentum. Change will bring new investment opportunities with clear winners and losers. What can we expect in the future? What should investors focus on? Although a major consumer shift away from sugar and high-fructose corn syrup may be some years away, and outright taxation and regulation a delicate process, there is now a trend developing. From the expansion of "high-intensity" natural sweeteners to an increase in social responsibility messages from the beverage manufacturers, we see green shoots for dietary changes and social health advancement. Ultimately, we expect consumers, doctors, manufacturers and legislators to all play a crucial role in changing the status quo for sugar."
cnx
30/9/2013
14:57
Stevia got a mention on the Breaking Bad finale yesterday, and there's a Forbes article today that highlights it. hxxp://www.forbes.com/sites/davidkroll/2013/09/30/will-stevia-get-a-breaking-bad-bounce/
calahan
18/9/2013
14:49
Broker upgrade: Numis - Add from Hold - TP to 390p from 360p More here: HTTP://www.brokerforecasts.com/news/article/articleId/4670861
major clanger
18/9/2013
01:46
future looks most promising with EU approvals only one year old and India and Indonesia in the pipeline. as noted sales are the key to sound financial results. too pricey for me to add but will look for any dips due to general market falls. imho next two years will be very interesting
cnx
16/9/2013
19:52
It was out on investegate.co.uk at 7am this morning. I never rely on ADVFN newsfeeds, unreliable.
darlocst
16/9/2013
19:44
Cnx, cheers, just about to check out their website :)
spudders
16/9/2013
17:26
its on the website no RNS? insiders only?
cnx
16/9/2013
17:17
Its now 1830 hrs Uk time Any body there? RNS Number : 9399M PureCircle Limited 02 September 2013 "PureCircle Limited ("PureCircle or "the Company") Announcement of Preliminary Results for the year ended 30 June 2013 and Investor Conference Call PureCircle (LSE: PURE), the world's leading producer and marketer of high purity stevia products, will be announcing its results for the year ended 30 June 2013 on Monday, 16 September 2013. The Company will host an investor conference call at 2.00 p.m. London (9.00 a.m. New York) on the same day."
cnx
04/8/2013
19:49
very quiet here.!
haroldthegreat
08/7/2013
04:17
from sunday telegraph. stevia and sprite in uk get a mention http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/10164462/Sunday-Interview-Jon-Woods-Coca-Cola-UK-boss.html
cnx
02/7/2013
18:28
I think Pepsi are just pouring a bit of cold water on the Coke news. Pepsi launched their Pepsi Next brand in Australia last year with big fanfare and it has 30% reduced sugar using Stevia.
casper_j
02/7/2013
02:30
Comment from a poster on Seeking Alfa (above) "Hmmm, has anyone told KO that there are already several drink companies that use stevia as the sweetner for their sodas. Such as Zevia (which brand I drink), Blue Sky, Hansens's, to name a few. BTW Mountain Zevia tastes like mountain dew (beware PEP) has 0 calories, and derives its caffeine from coffee"
cnx
02/7/2013
02:27
From Seeking Alfa (USA) Monday, July 1, 12:48 PM ET Coca-Cola (KO +1.3%) launches stevia-sweetened products in Argentina to mark the first time the company will use the sweetener additive. The beverage firm, in tandem with PureCircle, is seeking intellectual property protection on the extract. What to watch: PepsiCo (PEP +0.6%) isn't nearly as high on the health benefits of stevia and may watch idly as Coca-Cola explores a larger roll-out if sales in Argentina are strong. (patent filing)
cnx
27/6/2013
19:57
Just listened to the equity development broadcast.. Sorry for laziness in research but here are some questions. 1. The guy said the product (not sure which one of the set) is 300x sweeter than sugar, and set to be half the price. Did he mean half the price adjusted for sweetness, or ultimately half the price kilo-for-kilo when the growing and processing is more upscaled? Or did I mis-hear. 2. Also, he set Stevia up against sugar, not sweeteners. Is that realistic? I'm assuming there's a lot of refining/modifying of the harvested leaf when making their various products: at what point does it stop being 'natural'? 3. Can you bake a cake with any of the Stevia products? I know, that's a basic one. 4. What about the main shareholders dominant stakes? 5. Any feel for competitors? There's big muscle against them from sugar and sweetener makers. From wikipedia I read the health approval denied for a long time, stitched up by big-sweetener. Many thanks
cheesus2
19/6/2013
21:53
Hi, There is an opportunity to meet the management of this company next week, as they are appearing at Equity Development's latest "Investor Forum". Date: 26 June 2013 Location: Fasken Martineau, 17 Hanover Square, London. W1S 1HU. Time: 5pm for a 5:30pm start. There are 3 companies, each doing a 30 min presentation: PureCircle (PURE), Vislink (VLK), Cranswick (CWK). Drinks & canapes afterwards are provided. It's a good venue, very central, and they are interesting events, good for meeting companies & chatting to other investors afterwards. I'll be attending, so hope to see some of you there. To register for the event, follow this link: http://tinyurl.com/cp3kmls Cheers, Paul.
paulypilot
10/6/2013
15:39
Because its about expectations around future growth and cash flows able to be generated by this company not forgetting the industry it sits in.
gertrobinson
09/6/2013
20:40
I really don't see why this company has such a high price if it's so in debt and failing profits. Lucian is usually out of touch but he doesnt seem that off with this one.
blondeamon
08/6/2013
16:25
Purecircle is an accident waiting to happen & Champagne Competition hxxp://www.shareprophets.com/analysis/601/purecircle-is-an-accident-waiting-to-happen-champagne-competition
phoenix1234
04/6/2013
13:58
We are pleased to invite you to our next Investor Forum, on the evening of Wednesday 26th June, to meet the senior management of PureCircle, Vislink and Cranswick. PureCircle (PURE) There is significant and growing attention globally on combating obesity, with leading food and drinks' manufacturers launching or remaking products with significantly fewer, or zero, calories, eg the Sprite brand of Coco Cola. PureCircle is the world's leading producer of high purity ingredients derived from the stevia plant, and leading the global expansion of stevia as the next mass volume natural sweetener. William Mitchell, Finance Director, will outline the scale of this opportunity.
cnx
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