Lycored has outlined mechanisms explaining how carotenoids and polyphenols protect the skin against ultraviolet (UV) radiation with a blend of these phytonutrients contributing to skin health and appearance.
Formal European Commission approval of several lycopene forms for use in foods is set to significantly expand the market for the tomato-based antioxidant that is now no longer restricted to food supplement applications.
LycoRed is bolstering its UK premix capabilities with a new lipid
formulation facility at its plant in Kent that will extend its
scope from powder blends for cereals to infant formula and other
oil based products.
PLThomas is set to offer LycoRed's natural colorant line to food
and beverage companies throughout the United States, Canada and
Mexico, in an exclusive deal that expands the distrutors reach with
the natural red antioxidant...
Israel-based LycoRed said last week that its lycopene-rich tomato
powder has been self-affirmed as GRAS (Generally Recognized As
Safe) by an independent panel, paving the way for its use in