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FMC BioPolymer Introduces Its New Portfolio of Nature-Based Nutritional Solutions
Date:3/7/2013

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) March 07, 2013

FMC BioPolymer is pleased to announce its health and nutrition product portfolio, a complement of nature-based nutritional solutions for the food ingredient, supplement and cosmetic markets.

As a global leader in seaweed production, FMC recognized compounds found in seaweed including polysaccharides and carotenoids had potential in the global health and nutrition marketplace. This new product portfolio grew from the opportunity to use FMC’s existing raw materials and the company’s 65+ years experience in harvesting seaweed to provide product performance for customers in the global food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.

“FMC BioPolymer has long been a leader in helping manufacturers create healthy food products through legacy expertise in core ingredients like alginates, carrageenan and Avicel® microcrystalline cellulose,” said Robert C. Bailey, Commercial Development Manager, FMC BioPolymer. “We’re leveraging our considerable expertise in food ingredients to include a new portfolio of proprietary nature-based nutritional solutions.”

There are four key health and nutrition products:

  •     The maquiberry, harvested from Patagonia in South America, is a small, purple super fruit with unrivaled antioxidant power versus other super fruits such as acai, mangosteen and pomegranate. This berry is given the very highest ORAC rating as measured by Brunswick labs, an indication of its ability to fight free radicals. MaQBerry® brand extract is available in powder and liquid form and is mildly processed so that it preserves access to polyphenols. MaQBerry® is ripe for inclusion in the next generation of antioxidant products.
  •     Nutraesterol™ is a blend of unesterified plant sterols and stanols (phytosterols) obtained from tall oil and dispersing agents. P
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