ADM, a leading supplier of health ingredients, will exhibit a range of products derived from natural sources at the forthcoming Health Ingredients Europe exhibition in Paris from 17-19 September 2002.
In a statement this week, the company said that the introduction of Controlled Delivery Technology (CDT), licensed to ADM by SCOLR, should attract attention. Designed for use in the manufacture of ingredients for dietary supplements, CDT offers a delivery system capable of releasing ingredients in a controlled manner over a pre-determined time period during digestion. Novasoy Daily Dose is the first ADM product to be developed and marketed using this technology. For use in once-a-day supplements, Novasoy Daily Dose provides a steady delivery of soya isoflavones over a 12 or 24 hour period, rather than a delayed or sudden release.
ADM's Novasoy soya isoflavones are made from IP non-GM beans, under controlled conditions that, claims the company, do not disrupt the natural profiles and ratios of the isoflavones found in soya beans. The Novasoy product is also a source of the soya, genistin and daidzin isoflavones. The company announced that it has extended the range to include 20 per cent and 70 per cent soya isoflavone concentrations in addition to the 40 per cent concentration already available.