Monday’s Penny Stock Pick: Stevia First Corp.(STVF)

Stevia First Corp. (OTCBB: STVF.OB)

Friday’s Close .85cents.

Stevia Corp. (OTCBB: STEV) had its time in the beginning of 2012. 

It looks like now is the time for STVF!

STVF is a company in an early stage of an enormous market, and the opportunities in this business are unlimited.

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Why do we love this company?

• Stevia products are projected to become a $10 billion industry.
• Stevia extracts can be 200 to 400 times sweeter than sugar.
• The US Food and Drug Administration and the European Union have approved stevia for use in food & beverages.
• Stevia is heat and pH stable, which makes it ideal for use in a wide range of bakery and confectionary products

The market for all-natural, zero-calorie stevia sweeteners is expanding rapidly. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates stevia intake could eventually replace 20-30% of all dietary sweeteners. The total global sweetener market was estimated at $58.3 billion in 2010.

Recent Headlines:

“Stevia First Corp. says it has picked a ten-acre site in Yuba City for its new headquarters.”

The company plans industrial-scale production of stevia, a zero-calorie sweetener used in the food and beverage industry.

“We plan to collaborate with local growers and researchers in order to develop stevia varieties that will thrive in the Central Valley,” says Chief Executive Officer Robert Brooke. “Our aim is to produce a top-quality plant containing high levels of Reb A and that is amenable to mechanized harvesting.”

The company says it aims to develop offices, a research and development facility including a stevia test plot, greenhouse, nursery, and laboratory for performing stevia tissue culture and micro propagation studies on its Central Valley site.

“Following successful completion of our stevia test plot, we expect to expand acreage devoted to stevia planting in the Central Valley through acquisition or leasing of new land and alliances with local farmers,” Mr. Brooke says.

More than 85 percent of the world’s stevia is grown outside the United States, the company says.

Stevia First Corp. (OTCBB: STVF) says it hopes to encourage Central Valley farmers to grow stevia as a cash crop, enabling it to build a first-of-kind vertically-integrated stevia enterprise in California.

In closing, we think this little company has a chance to run from its current price of .85 cents.

We think it could trend higher over the next week or so as traders start to take notice.. and maybe make a big run if one of their story really catches fire!

We wouldn’t waste your time if we didn’t think STVF could be in for a major run in the near term.. We sent it to you tonight so you have time to do your research before Monday.

So use our findings, and research yourself at, but do so quickly because all indicators show that STVF is going to be one hot stock, and it’s still trading under a buck!

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