News in brief

Albion self-affirms GRAS of Calci-K and DiMagnesium Malate

Albion self-affirms GRAS of Calci-K and DiMagnesium Malate

Utah-based Albion Human Nutrition has announced the addition of two self-affirmed GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) ingredients to its existing line of patented amino acid chelates.

The GRAS status of its Calci-K and DiMagnesium Malate ingredients was affirmed by an independent panel of experts after a rigorous scientific review, said the company.

“Both Calci-K and DiMagnesium Malate have been studied extensively by Albion for their bioavailability with results indicating very positive results,” said Max Motyka, Director of Sales at Albion. “Receiving self-affirmed GRAS status is a great accomplishment for Albion in broadening the scope of application for these ingredients.”

Calci-K is a complex that consists of calcium, potassium and phosphorous that is specifically designed for use in fortification of liquid food products. And, DiMagnesium Malate is a highly bioavailable form of magnesium.  

Related News

Low dose iron may help reduce incidence of iron deficiency and anemia in pregnant women

Low dose iron may help reduce incidence of iron deficiency and anemia in pregnant women

Albion recognizes supplier for exceptional service

Albion recognizes supplier for exceptional service

Albion aims for ‘distinct advantage in product development’ with new Cell Biology lab

Albion aims for ‘distinct advantage in product development’ with new Cell Biology lab

Albion’s Creatine MagnaPower gets GRAS for food and beverage

Albion’s Creatine MagnaPower gets GRAS for food and beverage

The magnesium ingredient significant reduced pregnancy-related leg cramps

Randomized trials show benefits of magnesium chelate ingredient

Albion supports expanding world-wide demand with two new CAS numbers