BioAgave Agave Active Fiber Features Superior Stability

Aug. 7, 2008
Fill the fiber gap in modern day diets with inulin

BioAgave agave active fiber is a plant-derived source of inulin that provides unique functional benefits to food and beverage applications. It features a branched structure and a high degree of polymerization. As a result, it offers unique functionalities and superior stability, particularly in liquid form. Derived from the Blue Weber agave plant in Mexico, BioAgave contains 90 percent inulin.

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800-522-4682; www.gtcnutritionsolutions.com

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