Acatris Introduces a Directly Compressible SoyLife for Encapsulation and Tableting

Giessen, The Netherlands - The Belgian/Dutch company Acatris introduces a new type of SoyLife to their range of products: SoyLife DC. SoyLife DC is a soy germ isoflavone extract specially created for direct compression. “SoyLife DC makes it easier for producers of tablets and capsules to use isoflavones in their formulations as it will eliminate the need for any wet granulation or other compacting steps during processing.” explains Liesbeth Neven, Acatris Product Manager. “The new SoyLife DC is also less dusty than powdered extracts and has a higher bulk density,” says Neven. SoyLife DC is currently available in 10% and 40% isoflavone concentrations. As with all SoyLife varieties, SoyLife DC products are guaranteed non-GMO.

The SoyLife brand includes a range of ingredients based on soy germ, containing high levels of isoflavones. Since its introduction in 1995, SoyLife has become available in various grades for different applications. The SoyLife products are available in isoflavone concentrations ranging from 2% up to 40%. “SoyLife is used world-wide in foods, beverages, food supplements and cosmetics,“ says Neven. “Research continues to show that isoflavones are related to a series of health benefits for both men and women. In addition, SoyLife's efficacy has been confirmed in a large number of proprietary clinical studies.”

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Acatris, division of the Dutch Royal Schouten Group, is an international organization that produces, markets and distributes ingredients for the food, health and nutrition industry. Acatris has its head office in Londerzeel (Belgium) and offices in The Netherlands, Poland, UK, Canada and USA. The product portfolio contains branded ingredients such as Pectacon®, Dadex®, SoyLife®, FenuLife® and LinumLife™.

Acatris Holding B.V., Giessen (The Netherlands)
Contact : Petra de Wit - Marketing Communication Manager - +31 (0) 183 446 445
E-mail : [email protected]
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