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April 25th, 2006
Emmi claims beverage first with CoQ10 packaging
Other companies have sought to overcome stability and solubility issues of CoQ10 in beverages at the ingredient, rather than the packaging, level. For instance, AquaNova has applied its NovaSol nanotechnology to CoQ10, resulting in an ingredient said to offer better bioavailability and the possibility of creating clear solutions.
NutraLease has also developed a nanotechnology solution for solubility and bioavailability, and DSM last year introduced All-Q, a starch-based powder as a carrier for 10 per cent purity CoQ10, which it said makes the normally fat-soluble ingredient stable for formulation in water-based beverages, dairy products or energy drinks.
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