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Stevia First Corp. Signs of Positive Transformation

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Philadelphia, PA / ACCESSWIRE / March 12, 2014 / Stevia First Corp (OTCQB: STVF) today published a new blog post on The Chairman’s Blog, written by the Company’s CEO, Mr. Robert Brooke. TheChairmansBlog.com is an exclusive online media publication that enables key executive officers a unique platform to share insights about their company and industry trends.

In his blog post, Mr. Brooke highlights recent industry news as it relates to the transformation of food consumption from unhealthy to healthy. Marketing of unhealthy, sugary beverages is also transforming as companies are banned from selling and marketing them in schools. Mr. Brooke states, “The momentum is continuing, as news of viable alternatives (ahem, such as stevia!) keep appearing, with PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper, all announcing separately just in the past few weeks favorable indicators and planned launches of more stevia products both in the U.S. and globally.” Read the full blog post from Mr. Robert Brooke on TheChairmansBlog.com (http://www.thechairmansblog.com/stevia-first/robert-brooke/signs-positive-transformation).

About Stevia First Corp.

Stevia First Corp. is seeking to establish a vertically-integrated enterprise in the U.S. that uses technological expertise in fermentation-based stevia production and improves upon traditional stevia farming and processing methods. Stevia First’s U.S. operations are located in the heart of California’s Central Valley, one of the world’s most productive agricultural regions. For more information visit: http://www.steviafirst.com/.

About TheChairmansBlog.com

TheChairmansBlog.com is an exclusive, online media publication where publicly and privatively held firms alike share insights about their companies and industries. TheChairmansBlog.com enables upper tier management to discuss issues that are of importance to their stakeholders, shareholders, and interested parties in an informal environment. http://www.thechairmansblog.com/

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