Two Earn Non-GMO Project Seal for Ingredients

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Bellingham, WA – Edison, NJ-based palm phytonutrients producer ExcelVite’s new tocotrienol powder EVNolMax™ 20% (T)   has been Non-GMO Project verified.

Carolina Innovative Food Ingredients (CIFI), Nashville, N.C., also received Non-GMO Project Verified status for its portfolio of sweet potato-based dehydrated, liquid, and syrup ingredients.

Between 2014 and 2015, a range of ExcelVite’s palm based tocotrienol and mixed-carotene ingredients have been verified by the Non-GMO Project. This latest addition brings that total to nine.

The Non-GMO Project is an independent third-party verification program for non-GMO food and products in North America.

EVNolMax™ 20% (T) is free flowing, cold water dispersible full spectrum tocotrienol powder, suitable for two-piece hard gelatine capsule, tablet, or food and beverage applications, according to the company.

Carolina Innovative Food Ingredients (CIFI) is proud to announce that its entire portfolio of sweet potato-based dehydrated, liquid, and syrup ingredients has obtained Non-GMO Project Verified status.

CIFI’s ingredients are sourced from 100% USA-grown sweet potatoes and produced in an SQF Level 2 certified facility.

Posted on WholeFoods Magazine Online, 11/28/17

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