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Aloecorp Creates Unique Aloe Flakes

September 11, 2007

A new dehydration system, utilized within the patented Qmatrix aloe processing method at Aloecorp, will open the door to some versatile uses for aloe vera, according to the company. Aloecorp’s final product is a dehydrated aloe in a unique crystalline flake form. The Qmatrix process results in a final dehydrated product that is scientifically proven to possess solubility and stability without the need for preservatives. Qmatrix crystal flakes do not require refrigeration or freezing. This innovative, environmentally friendly “green” technology is available only from Aloecorp. More info: www.aloecorp.com.
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