DolCas Biotech Commits To Accelerating Clean-label Nutraceuticals From Upcycled Raw Materials

PR Newswire | July 24, 2020

DolCas Biotech, LLC, shares its zero-waste goal for the company's entire portfolio of potent branded nutraceutical ingredients. The company declared its commitment to accelerate a full-sustainability strategy centered on the upcycling of typically discarded — yet highly valuable — raw materials. DolCas will further ally this endeavor with its ongoing clean-label initiatives to maintain full transparency and traceability of its product line. According to Euromonitor International's 'Sustainability Survey 2019', 66% of nutraceutical industry professionals believe that sustainability initiatives are critical to success. Innova Market Insights' consumer research indicates that consumer expectations around sustainability are higher than ever, pushing companies to prioritize eco-efficiency, especially when it comes to reducing food and plastic waste. While the market for clean-label products has grown substantially in recent years, DolCas offers a fresh perspective, one that focuses on clinically-studied, sustainably-sourced, 'drum-to-hopper' ingredients that are clean-label by design. As early adopters, DolCas understands all the nuances of formulating for this demand, and continually seeks to collaborate with partners that source their ingredients locally, and with commitment to the same environmental vision.

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As consumers begin to demand foods that respect transparency and social responsibility, retailers are forming purchasing decisions on the basis of sustainable sourcing and recognizing suppliers that fulfill their sustainability commitments. Syngenta Sustainable Solutions works directly with growers and food companies to help them share their stories of sustainable farming.

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As consumers begin to demand foods that respect transparency and social responsibility, retailers are forming purchasing decisions on the basis of sustainable sourcing and recognizing suppliers that fulfill their sustainability commitments. Syngenta Sustainable Solutions works directly with growers and food companies to help them share their stories of sustainable farming.

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