Nutralliance launches non-GMO, non-soy mixed tocopherols

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The mixed tocopherols product is derived from rapeseed (Brassica napus) oil. Image © iStockPhoto
The mixed tocopherols product is derived from rapeseed (Brassica napus) oil. Image © iStockPhoto

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California-based Nutralliance has launched a mixed tocopherols product derived from rapeseed (Brassica napus) oil, with clean label, non-GMO and non-soy categories driving demand for the ingredient.

The mixed tocopherols, branded RavEtol, extend Nutralliance’s line of natural vitamin E products, including d-alpha tocopherol, mixed tocopherols and plant sterols, which are offered in the US in collaboration with Advanced Organic Materials (AOM) of Argentina.

“We are very proud of our entire natural, non-GMO E line with AOM, but the addition of RavEtol has us more excited than ever about the advantage we’re able to offer our customers,”​ said Brian Salerno, Nutralliance’s president/CEO.

“Clean labeling is a key consideration for formulators and product developers — particularly when it comes to natural non-GMO and non-soy ingredients. Health-conscious consumers demand it, and we’re eager to help our customer partners develop superior products to meet that demand.”

Micheal Sodaro, VP of Sales for Nutralliance, told us that the sharp demand in their materials is all due to being non-GMO and non-soy. 

“One of the keys to our success is that since our starting materials are derived from sunflower (SUN E) or rapeseed (RavEtol) there are no questions about their non-GMO status since there gene has not been altered,”​ he said.

RavEtol is available in oil and powder formulas, said the company, and can be used in vegetarian products, as well as enhancement to functional food applications.

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