Seppic expands its range of ingredients dedicated to dietary supplements and addresses the digestive health market in collaboration with Anagenix.

Share
  • July 7, 2021
  • 2 mins of read time

Seppic expands its range of ingredients dedicated to dietary supplements and addresses the digestive health market in collaboration with Anagenix.

Seppic offers new ingredients for dietary supplements, developed by Anagenix, for the French market of digestive health.

Consumers invest more and more in their health and well-being by resorting to dietary supplements. The French market currently represents 2 billion euros. Digestive health is the 3rd biggest segment, all distribution channels combined and ranks 2nd in pharmacy.

Specialty ingredients supplier, Seppic offers ingredient ranges targeting well-being and vitality. These active ingredients, specifically developed for the nutraceutical market, are natural, safe, clinically-proven and compliant with quality and regulatory requirements of dietary supplements. Willing to address its clients’ current expectations and to support this dynamic market, Seppic wishes to expand its nutra range towards gut health. 

In collaboration with Anagenix, a supplier from New Zealand, exclusively relying on plants to create ingredients supported by clinical trials, Seppic now distributes two new active ingredients, Actazin® and Livaux®, which expand its range of nutraceutical ingredients

Actazin® and Livaux® are natural solutions made of kiwifruit powders for digestive health maintenance. Actazin® contributes to gastrointestinal comfort, while Livaux® is a patented precision prebiotic, contributing to gut microbiome balance. Livaux® was elected “Prebiotic of the year” for the 2020 NutraIngredient Awards in both the United States and Asia. In 2021, Livaux is a finalist for this title for the European NutraIngredients Awards.

Finalist Nutra Ingredients awards 2021

 

The ingredients featured are subject to registered trademarks, and are designed for the food supplement and functional food markets.