Verdure Sciences’ turmeric ingredient, Longvida receives ANVISA approval

April 19, 2021
Alissa Marrapodi

Verdure Sciences launched Longvida, a turmeric extract standardized to curcumin and total curcuminoids (solid lipid curcumin particle - SLCP), in Brazil after receiving ANVISA approval through distribution partner Kilyos Nutrition

Verdure Sciences (Noblesville, IN) launched Longvida, a turmeric extract standardized to curcumin and total curcuminoids (solid lipid curcumin particle - SLCP), in Brazil after receiving ANVISA approval through distribution partner Kilyos Nutrition. The ingredient is backed by clinical research, safety, rigorous quality control, sustainability, traceability, and global acceptance.

“We are pleased with the approval of Longvida for food supplementation. Curcumin is an ingredient of proven effectiveness in promoting health and wellness for individuals,” said José João, MD, PhD, director of Kilyos Nutrition, in a press release. “Additionally, offering the Brazilian population the best available source of curcumin makes us very excited about the range of possibilities to be developed.

“We would like to thank our partner Verdure Sciences for the opportunity of including Longvida in our portfolio and for providing us with the full support to obtain the approval of curcumin from ANVISA, for the first time in Brazil, in the food supplementation category. We most certainly will obtain incredibly good results from this partnership!”