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It has been described as ‘one of the biggest-growing products in the botanical market right now’ and ‘the next omega-3’, so is the momentum building towards a tipping point for curcumin?
The US Food and Drug Administration has issued a letter of no objection to Sabinsa for the Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) status of its Curcumin C3 Complex for use in food and beverages.
Sabinsa Corporation is launching two novel water-soluble ingredients, one from of Boswellia serrata, called Polybos, and the other called MoringIn from Moringa oleifera.
The final stumbling blocks for the wide use of curcumin have been removed, claims Sabinsa as it launches its ‘next generation’ of curcuminoids offering ‘greater potency, stability and much better bioavailability’.
Daily supplements of a curcumin complex were associated with significant reductions in triglyceride levels, say data from a placebo-controlled, randomized, double-blind clinical trial.
The three year intellectual property battle between Sabinsa Corporation and Creative Compounds has finally ended, with Sabinsa receiving nearly $150,000 in disgorged profits from Creative Compounds.
Sabinsa is set to score an industry first this year when it unveils the first bi-layer synbiotic tablet featuring prebiotics in one layer and probiotics in the other.
Sabinsa Corporation’s Utah facility has been International Food Standard (IFS) certified following an audit by Det Norske Veritas (DNV), as the company continues its commitment to quality.
The US Patent and Trademark Office has granted a patent to Sabinsa for selenodipeptides for cosmeceuticals and pharmaceutical applications.
Combining resveratrol with piperine may enhance its bioavailability and help translate the potential benefits of the compound to humans, suggests a new study with mice.
The US District Court of New Jersey has awarded damages to Sabinsa Corporation following a trademark infringement by Creative Compounds involving Coleus forskohlii extracts.
Selenium supplement sales as a whole may be 14 percent down, but sales of selenium for Sabinsa are growing by a ‘very healthy 36 percent’ year on year, says the company’s marketing director.
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