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Astaxanthin Stability Breakthrough Achieved by Valensa
Date:8/19/2009

o eliminate stability concerns and create a new level of astaxanthin shelf-life for our customers," he added. Moerck went on to point out that the company's position as a fully integrated supplier with chain of custody over raw materials growing and harvesting through the extraction process is the source for overall quality for its Zanthin(R) natural astaxanthin and contributes to the company's ability to manage shelf-life issues. Valensa now recommends a 5% safety margin, or "overage," for its astaxanthin as compared to the 10% the industry typically uses.

ZANTHIN(R) - A natural, high efficacy extract with proven quality

Valensa International is the world's leading manufacturer of finished form natural astaxanthin extract. It was the first company to have finished form material approved for use by regulatory agencies in both the United States and Europe. Valensa employs its proprietary DeepExtract(R) supercritical CO2 process to create the best quality materials and its O2B(R) Peroxidation Blocker stabilization technology to ensure long-term stability and efficacy for the consumer. The company employs dedicated organic certified facilities for the extraction of astaxanthin to ensure quality and avoid the potential for contamination by solvents or allergens that can occur when an astaxanthin extractor is also producing other products -- such as peanuts or shell-fish-based materials -- in the same equipment. Scientific studies of stability chemistry with extracted plant-derived oleoresins have allowed Valensa to move beyond ingredients such as safflower oil -- a diluent widely used in the industry and which that actually increases oxidative degradation -- to custom-tailored stabilization packages designed for the product in question.

For information on Zanthin(R) Natural Astaxanthin, please contact Valensa directly.

    For further information, contact:

    Rudi Moerck, President &
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