Supplier's Corner

New Stepan Materials Deliver Functional & Active Ingredients

March 6, 2007

A new range of products that have been added by Stepan Company are free of trans-fatty acids, contain no genetically modified organisms and are certified kosher.

Stepan EDS (erythritol distearate) is a shell component for thorough protection of sensitive bioactive ingredients used in micro-encapsulation applications, even at temperatures required for pasteurization.

Drewmulse GMC-810 (glycerol mono (caprylate/caprate) functions as a wetting agent and dispersant for whey, starch and flour as well as an agent to promote instantizing of powdered products. It can be used to aid in the absorption of vitamins and minerals in nutritional supplements.

Drewpol 3-5-CC is a polyglycerol ester derived from medium chain fatty acids. It has similar functionality to Neobee MCT’s but is differentiated by its higher viscosity and higher smoke point.
More info: www.stepan.com.
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