Rousselot®, booth I114 Vitafoods, Geneva, Switzerland, 5-7 October 2021
Rousselot®, a Darling Ingredients brand and the global leader of collagen-based solutions1, is pleased to welcome visitors to Vitafoods 2021. At this year’s event, Rousselot will spotlight its SiMoGel™ gelatin solution for fortified gummies and show how Peptan® collagen peptides can support connective tissues and boost Inner Strength™.
Convenience meets functional benefits: SiMoGel gelatin solution for fortified gummies
Rousselot’s latest SiMoGel solution unlocks the potential of liquid-center functional gummies for the nutraceutical and pharmaceutical sectors. These center-filled soft gummies – also known as ‘gummy caps’ – can offer a higher and more accurate dose of active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) per serving than traditional gelatin fortified gummies. The SiMoGel starch-free production process removes the risk of API interaction or cross contamination between batches and the industry-leading setting time of just 15 minutes will help manufacturers boost ROI with a faster product delivery rate.
Visitors to Rousselot’s stand will experience several innovative SiMoGel application concepts, featuring ingredients such as zinc and Lipofer™ microcapsules (iron) for immunity support, ibuprofen for pain relief, and a combination of acacia honey, propolis extract and vitamin C to sooth sore throats.
Boosting Inner Strength, sustainably
Rousselot will also introduce its new Inner Strength campaign which will spotlight its flagship bioactive collagen peptide solution, Peptan.
Peptan has been shown to support joint and bone health for improved mobility2,3,4,5 enhance hair and skin beauty6,7 and provide an effective nutritional solution for sports recovery8. Rousselot has recently bolstered its portfolio with the launch of Peptan Marine – a range of premium collagen peptides sourced from 100% wild-caught white fish. Peptan Marine features full certification by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), allowing producers to cater to the needs of today’s conscientious consumers.
Discover the versatile application potential of collagen peptides
At Rousselot’s stand, visitors can connect with formulation experts and experience the adaptability of the company’s collagen brands through a collection of delicious and inspiring functional samples. These include: healthy nut-based ‘beauty balls’ and a sports recovery drink featuring Peptan, two Peptan Marine shots containing leading DSM premixes – a ginseng ‘beauty shot’ and an ‘immunity shot’ featuring elderberry extract – and a high protein snack bar fortified with ProTake™ hydrolyzed collagen.
Florencia Moreno Torres, Rousselot’s market expert, will be hosting an industry-leading insights presentation on, ‘Collagen peptides, the hero ingredient for natural beauty from the inside out’. The free-to-attend presentation will take place at the New Ingredients Theatre at 12:30 pm on Wednesday 6 October.
Attendees are welcome to meet the team on stand I114 or visit www.rousselot.com to learn how Rousselot helps create powerful nutraceutical products that meet the moment.
1Global Gelatin Market Insights Forecast to 2026, Calibre Research, 2020.
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5Jiang J.X. et al., 2014. Collagen peptides improve knee osteoarthritis in elderly women: A 6-month randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Agro FOOD Industry Hi Tech, 25:19-23
6Asserin et al., ‘The effect or oral collagen peptide supplementation on skin moisture and the dermal collagen network: evidence from an ex vivo model and randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trials.’, J of Cosmetic Dermatol, vol. 14, no. 4, pg. 291-301.
7Slowing down the clock with collagen peptides. Cosmetics Business whitepaper, January 2021 issue
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