However, because the green powder appears like residues in juices, Nyanzi started distilling clear liquid syrup from stevia, which would leave no traces in clear juices and could also be used in cake baking.
“Mastering the distillation process took me a year to perfect the liquid,’’ he recalls. Nyanzi has now been able to buy extractor machines, grinders and distillers that help him work so easily and also produce quality stevia products.
Nyanzi has established an outlet at Equatorial mall. He sells a 45 -gramme tin of stevia powder at Shs3, 000 while the biggest 180 grammes goes for Shs15,000. “I do help farmers and agriculture students with practical and functional information. I am available at Equatorial mall for consultation about our products and this new crop,” says Nyanzi.
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