IFT Show Preview: Ganeden Labs

April 15, 2009

Ganeden Labs, the licensing and development division of consumer healthcare company Ganeden Biotech, has began marketing and distributing its high-survivability, easy-to-add probiotic ingredient, GanedenBC30 (Bacillus coagulans GBI-30, 6086).

GanedenBC30 is said to be the only probiotic to survive mixing and baking, does not require refrigeration, survives gastric acidity and has a two-year shelf life. Company literature calls GanedenBC30 “The probiotic that can take it” because it has shown to be heartier than other probiotic strains and survives stomach acid better than the probiotic cells used in most yogurts. In addition, GanedenBC30 is self-affirmed GRAS. Food and beverage applications include baked goods, hot and cold beverages, dry drink mixes, soups, dairy products and a variety of health bars. GanedenBC30 has already shown impressive survivability rates when added to hot tea, baked muffins, HTST (high temperature short time) dairy processing and hot mixed granola bars.

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