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Posted 2 May 2024 in Human Health

Peppermint Oil: Aromatic Elixir

Peppermint oil, extracted from the peppermint plant (Mentha × Piperita), has been cherished for its refreshing fragrance and diverse applications across various industries. From ancient remedies to their role in delightful cuisines,...

Posted 21 Sep 2023 in Food and Beverage

Cooling agents bringing the freshness

Discover the ground-breaking advancements of WS23, a cooling agent that is reshaping sensory experiences across various industries with its cutting-edge technology.  2-Isopropyl- N,2,3-trimethylbutanamide, otherwise called WS23, finds...

Posted 10 Jun 2022 in Human Health

Menthol Crystals – well-being the natural way

Mint has been rumoured to have been in use across Japan for more than 2000 years, alleviating fever symptoms, headaches and re-energising both the body and the mind. In the west, we’ve come to appreciate these same effects. Mentha...

Posted 13 Apr 2021 in Detergents

Chloroxylenol – Parachlorometaxylenol or just PCMX

Demand peaked when the world was hit by COVID-19 because this antiseptic and disinfectant has a powerful microbial trick up its sleeve. Chloroxylenol has a long history of safe use as an antimicrobial worldwide. Developed in Europe in the...

Posted 9 Mar 2021 in Food and Beverage

Fructooligosaccharides – The INULIN alternative

With major shortages of INULIN, could you consider Fructooligosaccharides as an alternative?  While FOS is commonly added to beverages, syrups, and foods, as a sweetener, there are also many benefits of consuming FOS...

Posted 18 Oct 2020 in Food and Beverage

Citric Acid – fruits, vegetables & fungus

Commonly used as a food additive for flavouring and as a preservative, citric acid is also used in cosmetics, for medical purposes, as an antioxidant and in cleaning products. First extracted by a Swedish researcher in 1784, the odourless...

Posted 11 Sep 2020 in Human Health

Squalene – Miracle oil from the sea and branch

The ancient Japanese called Squalene ‘Samewada’, the cure all, now modern experts are catching up to its benefits.   The name Squalene comes from its source, ‘Squalus’ is a genus of Sharks and Shark liver is a common source of...

Posted 18 May 2020 in Food and Beverage

Product Focus –Sunflower Lecithin

It seems like everyone in the health industry are talking about the benefits of Sunflower lecithin right now. But why? What are the benefits over its soy counterpart? No matter where you’ve heard about it, lecithin is a well-known...

Posted 5 Feb 2020 in Food and Beverage

2020 Southern California Food Industry Conference

Redox will be exhibiting at the Supplier's Night Expo at this years Southern California Food Industry Conference