SAFC adds Certified Organics to F&F product line.
SAFC Supply Solutions, a leading supplier of food-grade raw materials, has added 50 new Certified Organic products to its extensive "Flavors & Fragrances" raw materials product line. Details of the new products are available in the new SAFC Supply Solutions Flavors and Fragrance supplemental catalogue or can be accessed immediately online at www. safcsupplysolutions.com. The new organic products are certified by the Midwest Organic Services Association (MOSA) and will comply with both the US National Organic Program (NOP) and the European Organic Standards. The Certified Organics are an extension of SAFC Supply Solutions' existing 1700 high quality food-grade, Halal and Kosher certified products. The organic food and beverage sector is expanding rapidly, with research indicating historical US sales growth at more than 20% annually in the $25 billion market, with positive growth still projected in 2009 despite a downturn in overall global economic conditions.
"The introduction of our Certified Organic product line delivers a broad range of reliable, ready-to-ship, high quality food-grade raw materials that are expected to help our customers optimize the research, development and production of new taste technologies in the rapidly growing organic products market," commented Dinh Phan, SAFC Flavors & Fragrances Market Segment Manager. "Our broad range of Certified Organic products, worldwide delivery, localized support network, compliance leadership and 24 hour access to regulatory documentation on our website provide a total supply chain solution that can help to control costs while maintaining superior quality. The products are all available as prepackaged units that are ready to ship on demand, an approach that we believe will provide greater flexibility and an ability for our customers to bring new technologies to the market faster."
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|Publication:||Nutraceutical Business & Technology|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2009|
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