Naturally fermented resveratrol by Evolva
(Posted on 03/08/16)
Most resveratrol today comes from Japanese knotweed, an invasive plant that is capable of growing through concrete and possession of which is illegal in many countries. In China, however, the weed is grown as a laxative, and small amounts of resveratrol are extracted from its roots. Resveratrol can also be made by chemical synthesis and a very small amount is extracted from red grapes.
Evolva’s resveratrol is produced by fermentation using yeast. It is an isomerically pure product that is free of pesticides and other impurities that are frequently found in knotweed extracts. It is made from natural and sustainable feedstocks and has a stable, traceable and reliable supply chain.
High-purity, odourless, tasteless and off-white, resveratrol by Evolva is ideally suited for a broad range of products, from capsules and soft-gels for dietary supplements to more complex applications in animal nutrition.
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