DSM Nutritional Products Offers Vitamin D3 That Meets The Needs Of Food And Beverage Manufacturers

(July 28, 2007, Chicago, IL) Scientific experts recommend that the minimum daily Vitamin D3 requirement for individuals be increased from 400 IU to 1,000 IU, to promote bone health and reduce the risk of osteoporosis, a major global health problem.

DSM Nutritional Products enables food and beverage manufacturers to meet consumers’ increased need and demand for this essential nutrient with its own versatile Vitamin D3 products, which demonstrate superior performance and stability in a variety of applications, including cereals, select beverages, and nutritional bars.

DSM’s highly skilled global blends operation is capable of combining DSM’s Vitamin D3 — in liquid or dry forms — with other synergistic nutrients to accommodate a variety of different health platforms.

As with all DSM quality products, including a variety of other ingredients designed to maintain bone health, DSM’s Vitamin D3 products are traceable and fully supported by a reliable supply chain, which is subject to rigorous regulations and quality control standards worldwide.

DSM Nutritional Products is the world’s premier nutritional ingredient supplier to producers of foods, beverages, and dietary supplements. The company has an international network of technical service, production and distribution facilities as well as sales and marketing presence in more than 100 countries. In addition to its vast ingredient portfolio, DSM provides unparalleled processing and manufacturing expertise in developing innovative formulations that provide optimum performance and health appeal.

For more information, please visit us at the 2007 IFT Food Expo in Chicago (Booth #4148). Or contact DSM Nutritional Products, Inc.; at 45 Water view Boulevard, Parsippany, NJ, 07054-1298. Phone: 1-800-526-0189. Website: www.nutraaccess.com

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