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PureCircle Granted 72 Stevia Patents So Far, 205 Applications Pending

[ 17 May 2017 09:01 ]

LONDON (Alliance News) - PureCircle Ltd on Wednesday highlighted that it has been granted more patents related to sweetener stevia than "any other company globally in each of the last five years", having been granted 15 new patents in its most recent financial year.

Additionally, PureCircle said it has applied for 70 additional patents in the year ended in April.

As of the end of April, the company held a total of 72 granted patents, and had 205 applications pending worldwide.

"Our intellectual property, including the hundreds of patents we hold and have applied for globally - and the additional patents for which we shall apply - reflect the strength and depth of our R&D and the importance of that R&D to our success," said Chief Executive Officer Magomet Malsagov in a statement.

Shares in PureCircle were up 3.1% at 321.75 pence.

By Hana Stewart-Smith; hanassmith@alliancenews.com; @HanaSSAllNews

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