Mazza Innovation Introduces Toll-Drying ServiceMazza Innovation Introduces Toll-Drying Service
Company is expanding in response to growing market acceptance and demand for its PhytoClean™ solvent-free, pressurized water processing method for extracting botanical ingredients, as well as its drying expertise.
September 12, 2017
Mazza Innovation Ltd. is pleased to announce that it is introducing toll-drying services for its customers’ extracts, and more than doubling its extraction capabilities through the construction of a second extractor processing unit. Customers have been requesting toll-drying services from Mazza’s experienced ingredient processing team for some time now, and the company has decided to add this specialized expertise to its business offerings. The new service will complement the expanded processing capability delivered by the second extractor.
“Mazza’s expertise in extraction and specialized drying, as well as handling of those ingredients, is increasingly being recognized by the marketplace, so it’s useful for us to offer this service to customers who have their own liquid ingredients that need to be dried and prepared for market,” explains Mazza Innovation CEO Benjamin Lightburn. “Having a second extractor processing unit more than doubles our production capability, enabling us to meet rising demand for both extracted ingredients and customer research. Combined with the toll-drying service, we’re now able to fulfill larger orders and meet specialized customer needs. We look forward to meeting with our clients and research partners at our exhibit booth PP-173 at the Supply Side West tradeshow September 25–29.”
Mazza is working with a number of leading companies, among them Naturex, which has exclusively contracted Mazza’s award-winning cranberry extract production, and Chromadex, which is partnering in the expanded use of the PhytoClean™ Method. In addition, working with supplement leader Life Extension, Mazza recently released the first-ever retail product made using its proprietary solvent-free PhytoClean™ Method. Life Extension’s Mediterranean Whole Food Blend is now available and carries the PhytoClean™ seal on the label to confirm that a broad spectrum of natural bioactives have been extracted using Mazza’s solvent-free pressurized-water PhytoClean™ extraction technology.
About the PhytoClean™ Method
The PhytoClean™ Method water-based extraction process concentrates bioactives by pressurizing water at moderate temperatures; this greatly increases the water’s ability to solubilize bioactive compounds. In effect, this extraction process provides better yields and purities than chemical solvents. This environmentally friendly, clean process can be applied to extract a wide range of compounds for use in nutraceuticals, cosmetics, flavourings, colourings, pharmaceuticals, and functional foods and beverages.
About Mazza Innovation
Mazza Innovation specializes in extracting solvent-free bioactives from botanical sources for use as ingredients in functional foods, dietary supplements, natural food colourings/flavourings, and personal care and cosmetics products. Mazza’s environmentally friendly PhytoClean™ pressurized water extraction process produces ingredients that are free of any carrier compounds or residual solvents. The company is fully certified as GMP and organic, and currently offers 15 extract ingredients, including blueberry, green tea, cranberry (all three of which won product innovation awards at Engredea 2015), flaxseed and algae. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Mazza’s portfolio of award-winning ingredients gives product manufacturers the opportunity to tap into consumer demand for high-quality, 100% clean-label products, all while preserving a healthy planet. Visit mazzainnovation.com.
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