As live organisms, probiotics are subject to a host of potential manufacturing issues, which increases the importance of selecting the right contract manufacturing partner.

August 4, 2016

Preservation and stability are crucial when manufacturing a probiotic product, with decisions such as processing method, delivery mechanism, storage and packaging all playing a key role. Even when a contract manufacturer gets all those components right, issues can arise, such as consumer concern regarding the use of corn-derived maltodextrin as a flow agent—and whether the corn was genetically modified.

In this video, Ross Pelton, R.Ph., Ph.D., CCN, scientific director for Essential Formulas Inc.., addressed the topic at Ingredient Marketplace in Orlando earlier this year.

SupplySide West 2016 features an array of educational sessions on related topics. If you’re looking for ways to manage and reduce the risks in partnering with contract manufacturers, join us for the Contract Manufacturing: Raising the Bar on Delivering Quality workshop on Saturday, Oct. 8. For more on the probiotics supplement market, including new market trend data and a U.S. regulatory update, check out the Tapping the Growing Probiotics Supplement Market workshop, also on Saturday, Oct. 8. And for more on GMO labeling and consumer expectations, attend the Today’s Challenges, Tomorrow’s Opportunities panel discussion on Thursday, Oct. 6.

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