We HCMS an ISO Certified organization founded on 1996 partnered with continuously working towards its goal of social development and environment conservation by emphasising on medicinal & aromatic crop cultivation, horticulture animal husbandry & dairy. Our Company leads the flavour industry by setting high standards for customer satisfaction. Agriculture itself opens the door toward the social development. We introduce new technology among the farmers, train them for the latest technology, make them aware about the issue related to the environment issues related to the agriculture. We promote organic agriculture to improve the quality of the food and the conserve the bio-diversity. Besides the traditional food crop we give emphasis on the medicinal and aromatic crop cultivation, animal husbandry and dairy. We do regular research and introduce new medicinal and aromatic crops. As per market demand we avail the latest technology to the farmers. So that they can get the equal share from the development and they can also contribute their best toward the development. We develop the spirit of entrepreneurs among them instead of a farmer. To make then an entrepreneur we provide all support like providing good quality planting material, water management technique, subsidy & financial assistance, bio control method of Insect pest, post harvest technology, storage and logistics support and the most important one the Buyback Support.
FRESH STEVIA LEAVES
This form of Stevia is the herb in its most natural, unrefined state. A leaf picked from a Stevia plant and chewed will impart an extremely sweet taste sensation reminiscent of licorice that lasts for quite a while.
For stevia to have a more practical application as a tea or sweetener, the leaves must be dried or put through an extraction process, which makes the sweet taste even more potent.
For more of the flavor and sweet constituents of the stevia leaf to be released, drying and crushing is necessary. A dried leaf is considerably sweeter than a fresh one, and is the form of stevia used in brewing herbal tea.Dried stevia leaf may come in bulk or packaged like tea bags. You can also get it finely powdered. It has a greenish color and can be used in a wide variety of foods and beverages, including coffee, applesauce and hot cereals. You also can use it to make an herbal tea blend. Its distinctive flavor is reminiscent of licorice, which will blend very well with different aromatic spices, such as cinnamon and ginger.
The form in which stevia is primarily used as a sweetener in Japan is that ofa white powdered extract. In this form it is approximately 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar (by weight).This white powder is an extract of the sweet glycosides (natural sweetening agents) in the stevia leaf.Not all stevia extract powders are the same. The taste, sweetness and cost of the various white stevia powders will likely depend on their degree of refinement and the quality of the stevia plant used. You may find that some powders have more of an aftertaste.Since extracted stevia powder is so intensely sweet, we recommend that it be used by the pinch (or drop if diluted in water). Once mixed, this solution should be stored in the refrigerator.
These come in several forms. There's a syrupy black liquid (that results from boiling the leaves in water), which can enhance the flavor of many foods. Another type is made by steeping stevia leaves in distilled water or a mix of water and grain alcohol. You can also find a liquid made from the white powder concentrate mixed with water, and preserved with grapefruit seed extract.
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