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Applied Food Sciences Achieves Non-GMO Verification For Caffeine Ingredients

February 9, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
Beverage brands may soon be able to formulate their products with non-GMO certified and organic caffeine, bolstering clean label claims. Texas-based international ingredient supplier Applied Food Sciences (AFS) has achieved Non-GMO Project verification for four of its core ingredients: PurCaf organic caffeine from organic green coffee beans; PurTea Organic Caffeine from organic green tea leaves; JAVA.g, a polyphenolic blend of caffeine and antioxidants from green coffee beans; and GCA, described as “the highest quality green coffee bean extract available on the market.” The nonprofit Non-GMO Project focuses on genetically modified organisms and aims to prevent GM foodstuffs from being present in retail food products.
"AFS Debuts “First-Ever” Non-GMO Project Verified Caffeine Ingredient", Nutrition Insight, February 09, 2018, © CNS Media BV
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