AHD International Adds Fucoidan Brown Seaweed Extract to Its Line of Functional Ingredients

AHD International, a distributor of new-to-market nutraceutical and functional food ingredients, now offers a second potent seaweed extract in fucoidan. This brown seaweed-derived, sulfated polysaccharide has been studied extensively for its antioxidant and immune-modulating health benefits. Additionally, brown seaweed has long been renowned for its strong cardiovascular health benefits and longevity properties.

"As AHD continues to lead the way in providing health-enhancing functional ingredients, we are pleased to offer the highest available quality of fucoidan, which is supported by nearly 40 years of sustained scientific research," said John Alkire, president, AHD International. "Our commitment to delivering excellent seaweed extract products begins with our manufacturing partners that have harvested, researched and developed seaweed products for four decades, ensuring a keen understanding of how to process seaweed without compromising active properties."

AHD's fucoidan is processed from hand-harvested seaweed and dried naturally to optimal moisture content at an organically-certified manufacturing facility that ensures no contamination, solvents or artificial treatments reach the natural product. Each batch is then tested for microbials, heavy metals and FCC inorganic arsenic at three different independent laboratories. AHD also recently introduced a 50 percent grade fucoxanthin, a brown seaweed extract for weight management.

About AHD International:
AHD International is a major supplier of the highest quality new-to-market nutraceutical ingredients and functional food products to manufacturers, wholesalers and food companies worldwide. AHD's triple-check system ensures that products are evaluated for natural purity, consistency and exceptional quality. For more information on AHD's wholesale nutraceutical and functional food ingredients call 404-233-4022 or visit www.ahdintl.com.

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