Solarplast, an enzyme-powered antioxidant ingredient, is now Non-GMO Project Verified

September 25, 2019

Deerland Probiotics and Enzymes announced that its branded enzyme-powered antioxidant ingredient Solarplast, designed to support healthy aging and beauty, has achieved Non-GMO Project Verification.

Deerland Probiotics and Enzymes (Kennesaw, GA) announced that its branded enzyme-powered antioxidant ingredient Solarplast, designed to support healthy aging and beauty, has achieved Non-GMO Project Verification.

“Solarplast provides massive natural concentrations of detoxifying antioxidants that slow the natural process of cell damage that comes from free radicals – and this antioxidant power is exponentially greater due to the presence of enzymes that facilitate the glutathione pathway of antioxidant regeneration,” explained John Deaton, PhD, vice president of science and technology for Deerland, in a press release.

“Consumer demand for non-GMO supplements is on the rise, and Deerland is responding in order to provide added value for our customers,” added Sam Michini, vice president of marketing and strategy at Deerland. “We’re pleased to work with the Non-GMO Project, the leading verifier of non-GMO products in the United States.”

The product comes in an organic green powder that is ideal for a number for delivery formats, including traditional capsules, powder blends such as protein or smoothie mixes, as well as finished food and beverage products.