Axiom unveils Oryzatein Inside label at Expo East

Axiom unveils Oryzatein Inside label at Expo East

New Oryzatein Inside seal provides manufacturers with added credibility and a way to differentiate their products on retail shelfs.

After Oryzatein® was recognized as the first plant-based rice protein to equal animal-based whey protein for muscle building and repair in a clinical trial published this summer, an Oryzatein Inside indicia is being unveiled to food customers who use the all-natural enzyme-extracted rice protein in a soft opening at Axiom’s booth at Expo East (Booth 8611) Sept. 25 to 28, 2013 at the Baltimore Convention Center 1 W Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21201. Axiom customers must book private appointments to view the new campaign by calling Rebecca at 310.456.7151. A formal rollout of Oryzatein Inside will be staged at Expo West on March 8, 2014 in Anaheim, Calif.

Growing Naturals Rice Protein is the first amongst them to showcase the Oryzatein Inside insignia on its packaging, which will hit retail shelves by Q4.

“Similar to a Good Housekeeping Seal or Intel Inside, the Oryzatein Inside seal provides manufacturers with a way to show consumers they feature a clinically confirmed ingredient in their product,” said CEO of Axiom Foods David Janow. “The Oryzatein Inside seal provides manufacturers with added credibility and a way to differentiate their product on a retail shelf.”
Oryzatein is a 100 percent naturally enzyme-fractioned rice protein sourced from the most pristine rice fields in the world, sanctioned by the World Rice Alliance and is also in the process of becoming the industry monograph standard, to be announced later this year.
The creator of Oryzatein and CEO of Axiom Foods, David Janow, has been called upon by the FDA and USDA for information on how rice is grown, sourced and fractioned. Since the rise of gluten allergies and GMO-infestation have made wheat and corn fall out of favor, rice is poised to become the world’s most important food staple. Axiom has been in discussions with the nation’s largest cereal companies, such as Kellogg’s and General Mills.
“Body builders to yoginis are begging for plant-based proteins,” says celebrity trainer Gina Lombardi, host of Discovery Channel’s “Fit Nation” and author of Deadline Fitness. “My celebrity clients ask for it—even if they’re not vegetarians, including Kristen Bell and Sally Pressman of Lifetime-TV’s ‘Army Wives.’”


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