Specialty Enzymes & Probiotics receives non-GMO verification

20 products have received non-GMO verification from the Non-GMO Project

Specialty Enzymes & Probiotics has achieved Non-GMO Project verification for 20 of its enzyme and probiotics product from the Non-GMO Project.

The company produces enzymes from all four natural origins: plant, fungal, microbial and animal; as well as a full line of probiotics. A true manufacturer, the company offers the shortest lead times and unparalleled technical expertise.

"Consumers are increasingly demanding clean-label products, and we help our customers meet that demand with our natural, efficacious enzymes and probiotics," said Vic Rathi, CEO and Founder of Specialty Enzymes & Probiotics. "We're happy to work with the Non-GMO Project to ensure consumers know and trust what they are buying."

Immune and gut health probiotics products such as ProbioSEB CSC3, ProbioSEB Duo and ProbioSEB Trio are verified. ProbioSEB CSC3 is a shelf-stable blend of three spore-forming probiotics, Bacillus coagulans, Bacillus subtilis, and Bacillus clausii, with prebiotic fructooligosaccharides (FOS).

Specialty's digestive blends; DigeSEB, DigeSEB PB, and SEB Gluten Relief, were also verified.

Individual enzymes and probiotics were also verified, including AmylSEB FP (amylase), CellSEB (cellulase), HemiSEB (hemicellulase), LactoSEB (lactase), Peptizyme SP (serrapeptase/serratiopeptidase), SEB Gal (alphagalactosidase), SEB Papain USP (papain), SEB Pro FP (protease), SEBiotic (Bacillus coagulans), and SEBrolase (bromelain).

Potent vegetarian proteases Vegpanzyme Plus and Vegpeptase were verified.

And finally, sports nutrition enzyme blends Pepzyme AG and Prohydroxy P were verified. For athletes and sports enthusiasts alike, these blends promote protein digestion, converting muscles into amino acids to support muscle recovery, gain and formation. They are also useful in meal replacement shakes.