“Stevia sweeteners are safe for use in foods and beverages. In addition,
high-purity steviol glycosides have no effect on blood pressure or glycemic response and are safe for people
including diabetics, children, pregnant women, and other general populations. of."
- Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) under the UN Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Health Organization
"Studies on the safety, metabolism, and intake of steviol glycosides have shown that it is safe for all people to eat them.
The long-term daily allowable intake of stevia is equal to 4 mg/kg body weight of steviol.
Or 12 mg/kg body weight of steviol glycosides. ”
—— European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
"Panel of Experts Recognize that Rebaudioside A is generally considered safe (GRAS) and can be used as a universal sweetener.
As of today, the FDA has stated that there is no objection to the notification of GRAS test marks for some individual Stevia extracts. ”
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)