Monteloeder announces that its nutricosmetic botanical blend, Eternalyoung, can be used in vegan gummy formulations


The formula containing pomegranate, sweet orange, desert “ginseng,” and gotu kola.

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Monteloeder S.L. (Madrid, Spain), a subsidiary of SuanNutra, has created a proof-of-concept vegan, fruit-flavored gummy version featuring its Eternalyoung nutricosmetic botanical blend. The formula containing pomegranate (Punica granatum), sweet orange (Citrus reticulata), desert “ginseng” (Cistanche deserticola), and gotu kola (Centella asiatica), has been found in in vitro and clinical research to support skin barrier function, and slow down telomere shortening, according to a press release from the company. Telomeres are a region of repetitive DNA sequences found at the ends of chromosomes which protect them from becoming frayed and tangled.

“We tested our anti-aging formula in plant-based gummies that deliver a fun and flavorful experience instead of the routine supplements typically encountered,” explains Miguel Poza, director of SuanNutra, the nutraceuticals division of Suanfarma, in a press release. “Gummies delight consumers’ taste buds, but we wanted to take it to the next level—a plant-based vegan level—and developed a pectin-based formulation that maintains the excellent texture and consistency characteristic of gelatin gummies.”

The plant-based gummy formulation is a proof of concept to support SuanNutra’s customers “in their formulations and to provide them with ideas and related data to help them accelerate product development,” Poza explained, adding: “Our focus, however, is on the Eternalyoung solution; this initiative demonstrates our extensive knowledge and reinforces our unmatched customer support.”

The concept demonstrates that the nutricosmetic formula can be incorporated in pectin-based gummies, and in just two gummies delivery 225 mg of Eternalyoung.

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