Cyvex Nutrition to showcase food & bev ingredient line at IFT

Cyvex Nutrition will be featuring a range of functional food and beverage ingredients at IFT.

Cyvex Nutrition will be featuring a range of functional food and beverage ingredients at the 2013 IFT Annual Meeting being held July 13 – 16 in Chicago, including OmegaPure, a highly-refined, long-chain omega-3 fish oil prepared with custom antioxidant blends and specifically formulated for food and beverage applications; rBGH-free whey protein concentrates; and Alfapro and SOLATHIN vegetarian proteins.

Visit Cyvex’s booth #1412 and sample a variety of items formulated with OmegaPure, including oatmeal walnut raisin cookies, organic milk and a unique advanced hydration beverage. All of these offerings deliver functionally effective levels of EFAs void of any fishy flavors or odors. OmegaPure has successfully been incorporated into a variety of foods and beverages ranging from nutrition bars to baked goods, beverages, dairy, desserts, sauces and dips.

Cyvex will also be showcasing its unique protein offerings including: SOLATHIN, a pure potato protein concentrate that delivers 40 protein of satiety-inducing protease inhibitor PI-2 to help individuals eat less and to give them more control over their weight management goals; Alfapro, an alfalfa juice protein concentrate that contains more than 50 percent protein in addition to 18 amino acids, antioxidants, chlorophyll, xanthophylls, vitamins and minerals along with alpha-linolenic acid, and omega-3 fatty acids; and whey protein concentrates, artisan crafted 80 percent, hormone free whey protein powders that are supplement-grade concentrates, containing high levels of branched- chain amino acids and natural enzymes, vitamins, antioxidants and nutrients.

To learn more about how Cyvex’s ingredients can add value to your food and beverage formulations, visit booth #1412 at IFT.

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