New Product Launch: Acerola with Minimum 32% Vitamin C Arrives in Korea

The acerola berry contains approximately 100 times more vitamin C than found in an orange, on an equal-weighted basis, giving acerola its “superfood” status.

The acerola berry contains approximately 100 times more vitamin C than found in an orange, on an equal-weighted basis, giving acerola its “superfood” status.

Cesar Fernandes, chief executive officer, CAIF

Cesar Fernandes, chief executive officer, CAIF

There is no richer and cleaner alternative source of vitamin C on the market than our new acerola powder extract.”

— Cesar Fernandes, CEO of CAIF

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, August 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The little red cherry from South America is already known in Korea as a source of natural vitamin C. Now, CAIF – a leading supplier of acerola extracts for the United States market — brings this more potent version of its acerola extract — with minimum 32% native content of vitamin C — to the Korean health food and food ingredient markets.

By using innovative concentration and drying techniques, the acerola vitamin is redispersed in the fruit’s own biomass, thus avoiding the use of maltodextrin or starch as carrier powder in the manufacturing process.
“There is no richer and cleaner alternative source of vitamin C on the market than our new acerola powder extract,” said Cesar Fernandes, CEO of CAIF.

Vitamin C is essential to our metabolic processes, and our bodies do not produce it, so it must be absorbed from foods. As an antioxidant, vitamin C prevents free radicals from damaging our cells and causing inflammation, neurodegenerative diseases, digestive disorders, and other adverse health effects. Plus, it is also essential for the proper function of our immune system as it favors the production of cells which fight infections in our bloodstreams.

Acerola is not only used as source of vitamin C in health foods. It can also be used as a clean-label antioxidant additive in other food preparations. In juices and prepared meats — like hamburgers or sausages— acerola will supply vitamin C and prevent oxidation, preserving color and flavor. Acerola is also highly used in bakery as a natural flour improver, providing several benefits such as greater volume and softness as well as increasing mold-free shelf life.

CAIF is partnering with health food distributors to extend proper coverage in the Korean market.

About CAIF
CAIF (Concentrated Active Ingredients & Flavors, Inc) is a supplier of innovative natural ingredients. These include botanical extracts, fruits and vegetable powders, flavors & colors, preservatives, fibers, among other specialties. Headquartered in Orange County, CA, the company is recognized for its high-quality control standards and comprehensive portfolio. CAIF is continuously working on new product development, looking for processing innovations and following scientific breakthroughs in nutrition.
For more information, please visit: www.caif.com

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Source: EIN Presswire