DELIVERY SYSTEMS: Meeting the Challenge of Change

Kenny, Jack
July 2012
Nutraceuticals World;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p32
The article focuses on the evolution of the delivery systems for dietary supplements to meet the needs of the different types of consumers in the U.S. According to Reza Kamarei of Sabinsa Corp., the one which delivers active ingredient to the consumer as aimed is an effective delivery system. Moreover, it mentions that plant-based capsules have been earning share in the hard capsule market.


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