The company’s ACV contains 5% acetic acid and can be included in functional foods and dietary supplements.
Nutralliance (Yorba Linda, CA) has added apple cider vinegar (ACV) to its ingredient portfolio. The company’s ACV powder contains 5% acetic acid and can be included in functional foods like seasonings and soups to add a tangy and slightly sweet taste, as well as to dietary supplements like tablets, capsules, and gummies for health benefits.
“The science on the direct health benefits of ACV is vast, demonstrating abilities to boost immune protection by killing harmful bacteria, managing healthy blood sugar levels, supporting acceleration of weight loss, and helping to manage cholesterol,” said Brian Salerno, president of Nutralliance, in a press release.
More consumers are using ACV products. “Our apple cider vinegar powder is both Halal and Kosher certified, so consumer appeal is wide and the market potential endless,” Salerno added.