ExcelVite announces latest ingredients for non-soy, non-GMO full spectrum vitamin E (tocopherols & tocotrienols)


It's the only non-soy and non-GMO full spectrum vitamin E (E-Complete) on the market

ExcelVite announces latest ingredients for non-soy, non-GMO full spectrum vitamin E (tocopherols & tocotrienols)

ExcelVite, the world largest and only PIC/S GMP-certified palm phytonutrient producer, announces the debut of two new branded ingredients — EVNol-RP and EVNolMax-RP — full spectrum tocotrienol/tocopherol complex for the formulation of a new product concept — non-soy, non-GMO full spectrum vitamin E (d-mixed tocopherols and d-mixed tocotrienols), in liquid and powder form respectively.

EVNol-RP (liquid) and EVNolMax-RP (powder) consist of natural mixture of tocotrienols and tocopherols (all 8 isoforms of vitamin E as found in diet/nature) derived from non-GMO and non-soy vegetable oils.

These are ExcelVite’s latest branded ingredients to address manufacturers’ and consumers’ demand for non-GMO, non-soy, allergen-free, clean-label and, most importantly, true full spectrum vitamin E with all the 8 isoforms of vitamin E (d-mixed tocopherols and d-mixed tocotrienols), as nature-intended.

High plasma levels of full spectrum tocotrienol/tocopherol complex (E-Complete) has been shown to protect the elderly from mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and reduced Alzheimer’s disease risk in several European cohort studies conducted through the CAIDE, AddNeuroMed, and Kungsholmen Projects involving more than 600 subjects.

“In response to growing market demand for clean-label, non-soy and non-GMO dietary supplement as well as food and beverage products, our R&D team during the past 2 years, has developed the EVNol-RP and EVNolMax-RP, a non-soy, non-GMO full spectrum tocotrienol/tocopherol complex in oil and powder forms respectively. These two new branded ingredients in our portfolio are now available to manufacturers worldwide,” says Bryan See, Business Development Manager, ExcelVite.

“In addition, with the FDA’s new regulation — “Nutrition labelling of dietary supplements” — which specifies that vitamin E content needs be declared in milligrams (mg) instead of international units (IU) by 1 January 2020, it would be a great opportunity for dietary supplement manufacturers and our clients to formulate this new concept of vitamin E complete or reformulate existing Vitamin E with EVNol-RP (liquid) and EVNolMax-RP (powder) to keep up with the science and regulatory requirements."

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"We are on the cusp of the new era of Vitamin E – what I’d call a non-IU era of vitamin E supplements. We are here to assist manufacturers who want to formulate new vitamin E products with full spectrum vitamin E that meet the clean-label product trend and comply with FDA’s rules,” added Bryan.