Solasta Astaxanthin Granted Quality Seal by ConsumerLab.com

January 13, 2017

Solix Algredients recently announced that its astaxanthin extract has been awarded an “Approved Quality” seal cetification from ConsumerLab.com.

Solix Algredients (Fort Collins, CO) recently announced that its Solasta astaxanthin ingredient has received an “Approved Quality” seal from ConsumerLab.com. The certification mark is based on a third-party review process, and it affirms that Solasta has been tested for quality. It also means more information about Solasta can be found online at ConsumerLab.com.

Solix Algredients says the new seal is just the latest confirmation of the high-quality of its algae ingredients. In addition, last year, Solic was certified for meeting the Natural Product Association’s (NPA; Washington, DC) requirement for meeting FDA’s GMP requirements for dietary supplements by UL Registrar, the firm adds.

“Our new Solasta 110 extends our range of astaxanthin products providing greater operational flexibility and cost savings to the makers of dietary supplements, nutritional beverages, and personal care products,” said Charlie Bowman, chief commercial officer of Solix Algredients. “USP quality, supply-chain speed, and flexibility, combined with our capability to formulate Solasta in a variety of carrier oils and other ingredients, enable our customers to differentiate and increase their sales.”

Solasta is a natural, non-GMO, vegetarian extract produced from Haematococcus pluvialis microalgae.

 

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Michael Crane
Associate Editor
Nutritional Outlook Magazine
michael.crane@ubm.com