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Frost & Sullivan Lauds Marigot Ltd. and GTC Nutrition for Their Innovative CalciLife(TM)
Date:7/7/2009

us fills a niche in the market, meeting the need of the increasing numbers of lactose intolerant consumers.

CalciLife(TM) is unlike other marine-derived ingredients, with its unique function of improving organoleptic properties when compared to other calcium sources. This function ensures that the finished product is clean-tasting and has no tainting when consumed.

This product is also unusual in that the calcium source, Aquamin(R), is derived completely from algal plant sources, and thus can be produced from a sustainable resource. Additionally, the product also has a unique porous structure to absorb any unwanted flavours from oils, fats and liquids within the finished product.

"The competitive advantage of CalciLife(TM) arises from its sustainable sourcing and unique composition of over 70 essential trace minerals, giving it a dual-concept and value-added approach," adds Dr. Cross. "Additionally, CalciLife(TM), containing both NutraFlora(R) prebiotic scFOS(R) and Aquamin(R), offers a combined effect on the texture and product characteristics of the finished food or beverage product."

Aquamin(R) and CalciLife(TM) are among a very small number of plant-based calcium sources on the market. All other sources are inorganically-derived. The Aquamin(R) and CalciLife(TM) products are available in a variety of product formats, which helps the company to do business with diverse clients in both the functional food and food supplement sectors.

"Thus, this product is a front-runner in the global food ingredients market, and to date has been widely utilised in product applications within the beverage, confectionery and bakery markets, as well as the dairy market," concludes Dr. Cross. Marigot and GTC Nutrition have stated that research into potential applications in ultra-heat treated (UHT) milk, long-life yoghurt drinks and in spoonable yoghurt are ongoing, as well as applications in pa
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