SIBU Among First to Replace Carrageenan in Vegetarian Soft Gel

SIBU, LLC. introduces the latest in soft gel technology for their Omega-7 Support Soft Gels.&nbsp; Tapioca starch &ndash; StarchGel<sup>TM</sup>&nbsp;&ndash; replaces the use of Carrageenan in the SIBU soft gel, maintaining the vegan certification and broadening its customer appeal.

SIBU, LLC. introduces the latest in soft gel technology for their Omega-7 Support Soft Gels.  Tapioca starch – StarchGelTM – replaces the use of Carrageenan in the SIBU soft gel, maintaining the vegan certification and broadening its customer appeal.  The use of tapioca starch resolves the issues of gastrointestinal distress and inflammation that have been linked to the use of carrageenan.

A top selling supplement product in the SIBU line, Omega-7 Support Soft Gels continue to provide all the benefits of Omega-7.  Dusty McMullin, Chief Operations & Manufacturing Officer at SIBU explains why this change has been made. "SIBU is excited to be one of the very first companies to adopt a tapioca-based vegetarian soft gel capsule for its Omega 7 Support nutritional supplement. We are always looking for ways to improve and enhance our products and feel like this will be a positive change due to the growing concerns surrounding the use of carrageenan in the market place.“

Tapioca Starch is naturally derived from the Cassava Root. StarchGelTM soft gels have the following certifications:

  • 100% Vegetarian
  • GF, Certified Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian Society Approved
  • Kosher
  • Certified Halal

About SIBU: SIBU is The Sea Buckthorn Company. Founded in 2009, SIBU pioneered Sea Buckthorn in North America providing whole body health and beauty with their line of Omega-7 supplements and skin care products.  Exclusive use of Turkestanica Sea Berries, which grow at 12,000 feet above sea level in the Himalayan Mountain valleys, insures that SIBU offers the highest quality Sea Buckthorn products available on the market today.

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