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Jennifer Grebow is editor-in-chief of Nutritional Outlook.
The company says this verification caters to the continually growing market for non-GMO ingredients.
OmniActive Health Technologies (Morristown, NJ) reports that its flagship CurcuWin curcumin ingredient has been verified as non-GMO by the Non-GMO Project. CurcuWin was certified non-GMO compliant following a review by technical administrator NSF International. The company says this verification caters to the continually growing market for non-GMO ingredients.
“CurcuWin continues to deliver on its promise of being a remarkable ingredient with a great deal of R&D, science, operational excellence, and market success supporting it,” said Makrand Bhalerao, vice president, quality, OmniActive, in a press release. “Having third-party organizations such as USP and the Non-GMO Project recognize CurcuWin’s quality with their verification seals solidifies it as a true standout in a crowded curcumin marketplace.”
CurcuWin is designed for enhanced bioavailability with up to 46 times greater absorption than standard curcumin, according to a published clinical trial.
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