Encapsulation Process Applications: Food & Nutraceuticals
Micro/Nano Encapsulation

image: Microencapsulation is crucial for the nutraceutical market in developing health foods that taste good. SwRI encapsulation improves the shelf life and stability of nutritional supplements and can even mask the taste of fish 	oil, a nutritional supplement.

Microencapsulation is crucial for the nutraceutical market in developing health foods that taste good. SwRI encapsulation improves the shelf life and stability of nutritional supplements and can even mask the taste of fish oil, a nutritional supplement. 

 

image: SwRI facilities include a Good Manufacturing Practices-compliant laboratory for encapsulation studies related to the food and drug industries.

SwRI facilities include a Good Manufacturing Practices-compliant laboratory for encapsulation studies related to the food and drug industries.

A pioneer in the encapsulation field with more than 60 years of experience, Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) continues to work with clients to develop custom encapsulation formulations and product solutions. SwRI has encapsulated a broad spectrum of food ingredients, including:

  • Aromas
  • Flavors
  • Nutritional supplements
  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Others

Food & Nutraceuticals

Applications

  • Functional foods
  • Taste masking
  • Color masking
  • Flavor stabilization
  • Oxidation stability

Features

  • Improved shelf life
  • Formulation compatibility
  • Liquid to solid

Related Terminology

microencapsulation  •  nanoencapsulation  •  pharmaceutical encapsulation  •  food encapsulation  •  nutraceuticals  •  agricultural encapsulation  •  industrial encapsulation  •  cosmetics microencapsulation

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04/15/14