Lohnhersteller Nahrungsergänzungsmittel: Acerola Fruchtpulver

Acerola Fruchtpulver verwenden wir als Lohnhersteller in Vitaminpräparaten. Einige unsere Kunden bieten auch reines Acerola Fruchtpulver als "Einzelprodukt" an.

Hier möchten wir als Lohnhersteller von Acerola Fruchtpulver näher erläutern.

Acerola ist ein Strauch oder kleiner Baum, der im nördlichen Mittelamerika, Mexiko und der Karibik heimisch ist. Die Frucht ähnelt der Kirsche und hat eine tiefrote Farbe, wenn sie reif ist. Acerola Fruchtpulver ist reich an Vitamin C.

Die Acerola Frucht ist essbar und wird im Heimatgebiet von den Einwohnern verzehrt. Andernorts wird sie wegen ihres hohen Vitamin-C-Gehalts angebaut. In 100 g Frucht sind ca. 1677 mg Vitamin C enthalten. Aus Acerola Fruchtpulver können Vitaminpräparate, Kapseln, Pulverrezepturen hergestellt werden.

Es wurde eine vergleichende Analyse der antioxidativen Potenz verschiedener gefrorener Saftpulpen durchgeführt, darunter auch die Acerola-Frucht. Unter den 11 getesteten Fruchtpulpen war Acerola die Frucht mit der höchsten Bewertung, was bedeutet, dass sie die höchste antioxidative Potenz hatte, mit einem Trolox-Äquivalentwert der antioxidativen Kapazität von 53,2 mg.



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  • Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malpighia_emarginata