|True FCC Food-Grade Azodicarbonamide (ADA) Always available from ISI|
It has come to our attention that many flour millers and bakeries around the world may not be using true purified FCC Food-Grade Azodicarbonamide (ADA) as a flour improver. There is a huge trade in Industrial-Grade ADA that is meant for the plastics industries and others with potential toxic contaminents being sold to unsuspecting food processors because of the cost savings of producing/purchasing the non-purified material.
Ingredient Specialties, Inc. only produces and distributes true FCC Food-Grade Azodicarbonamide (ADA). Manufacturers can be confident that if they purchase ADA from ISI, they will be receiving the purfied Azodicarbonamide that is made specifically for the food industry as a flour improver.
We urge flour millers and bakeries to be sure to check their ADA labeling and manufacturer specifications to be sure it is FCC Food-Grade to reduce potential liability caused by unknown toxic contaminants in the Industrial-Grade ingredient.
|Ingredient Specialties, Inc. Launches New Website http://www.ingredientspecialties.com|
Ingredient Specialties Inc., a leading nutraceutical raw material manufacturer and supplier, has recently launched their newly designed website featuring an on-line catalog of their offerings at http://www.ingredientspecialties.com
Exeter, CA April 13, 2009 -- Ingredient Specialties Inc. (ISI), a manufacturer and worldwide marketer of nutraceutical raw material ingredients and other nutritional technology products, has recently announced the launch of its new website. The new site located at http://www.ingredientspecialties.com delivers key information about the company's product offerings and technical services. The site also features an on-line catalog of ISI's product offerings differentiated by application and a product guide. The site will allow ISI's worldwide customers to more efficiently locate product information as well as generate PDF documents on-the-fly of product overview and specifications. Commenting on the website, Bassam Faress, Director of Sales & Marketing said, "This functional website will be a valuable tool and resource for manufacturers, traders and R&D personnel looking to access up-to-date information about cutting edge ingredients like ADA or our flagship Zueit Sucralose. Our visitors will be pleased at how quickly the site loads; the website is designed as a B2B site with minimal animation or graphic-heavy pages, a welcome benefit to our numerous customers"The new website will help customers make informed decisions about how to incorporate and implement Garuda's product offering in their existing and new formulations. ISI's site will also reflect up-to-date news on the company's latest product introductions, company activities and announcements. Ingredient Specialties Inc., based in Exeter, CA (USA) specializes in the development and marketing of several innovative ingredients. ISI currently offers SUCRALOSE, TBHQ & ADA. # # # For questions or additional information, please contact:Bassam FaressDirector of Sales & MarketingIngredient Specialties, Inc.Phone: +1-559-594-4709
|GDFII/L&P Confirms Sucralose Win over Competitor Tate & Lyle|
Exeter, Calif., April 6th " Leading Sucralose manufacturer Guangdong Food Industry Institute/L&P Food Ingredient Co. Ltd. (GDFII/L&P) today announced that the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) in Washington D.C. ruled in its favor in a Section 337 patent dispute (docket no. 337-TA-604) filed against the company by its competitor, Tate & Lyle Corporation (T&L).
GDFII/L&P Confirms Sucralose Win over Competitor Tate & Lyle Exeter, Calif., April 6th " Leading Sucralose manufacturer Guangdong Food Industry Institute/L&P Food Ingredient Co. Ltd. (GDFII/L&P) today announced that the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) in Washington D.C. ruled in its favor in a Section 337 patent dispute (docket no. 337-TA-604) filed against the company by its competitor, Tate & Lyle Corporation (T&L).Mr. Wang Sanyong, a corporate officer of GDFII/L&P, comments "This has been a long process but we are very pleased with the outcome and that we have been vindicated after a thorough review by the Commission. The final determination by the ITC continues to reaffirm to our dedicated customers the strength and innovation of our technology and processes, and the integrity of our company. We are pleased that our technological achievements have been recognized in these proceedings before the ITC.The U.S. ITC governs investigations into allegations of unfair trade practices and has ruled in its final determination that GDFII/L&P has not violated any of the patents asserted in this Section 337 dispute. This final ruling confirms the initial determination issued by Administrative Law Judge Charles E. Bullock of the ITC in September 2008 that there is no violation of Section 337 by GDFII/L&P. Judge Bullock found that GDFII/L&P did not infringe any of the asserted T&L patents and that one of the patents was also invalid. T&L appealed that initial ruling and the ITC approved a full review by the Commission. Roger Matkin, CEO/President of Ingredients Specialties Inc. (ISI), a strategic marketing and distribution partner to GDFII/L&P, notes We congratulate GDFII/L&P for this hard fought victory and recognize our attorneys with the Bingham McCutchen firm, led by Washington, D.C. partner Gary Hnath, who have represented GDFII/L&P so skillfully and diligently throughout the proceedings before the ITC. Gary and his team presented the facts to the ITC as fully and completely as possible. Roger continues, After 2 years of a careful and thorough review by the ITC, the Commission has now presented its definitive finding on behalf of GDFII/L&P. This is welcome news for us, especially since many potential customers have held back in ordering product until confirmation of the positive ruling by the ITC observed Mr. Bassam Faress, Director of Sales & Marketing at ISI and spokesperson for L&P. We can confidently assure our network of global distributors and customers that GDFII/L&P is one of a few companies whose manufacturing processes have been fully and thoroughly reviewed by the US ITC and that our Zeit brand Sucralose has been determined to be non-infringing. This is very important to keep in mind as it may not be the case with other competitors now in the market.Mr. Wang Ximin, a corporate officer of GDFII/L&P adds With this important victory now achieved, we are determined to aggressively expand our production of Sucralose and to position GDFII/L&P to more fully meet the anticipated high market demand for Sucralose globally. Guangdong Food Industry Institute/L&P Food Ingredient Co. Ltd. (GDFII/L&P) is a specialty ingredients manufacturer that pioneered the development and manufacturing of Sucralose at its ISO 9001:2000 and HACCP certified facility in China. Its alliance with Ingredient Specialties, Inc. of Exeter, California provides a global distribution network that markets Zeit brand Sucralose to the food, beverage, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical industries as a Kosher and Halal certified non-caloric high intensity sweetener. Zeit is a trademark of Ingredient Specialties, Inc. Exeter, CA, U.S.A. For more information contact: Bassam Faress Ingredient Specialties, Inc.Phone: +1-559-594-4709 Fax: +1-559-594-4689 email@example.com:beginimage:Zueit_Final_Logo_Webv2.gif:endimage
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ISI is honored by U.S. Senator Devon Nunez
Ingredient Specialties, Inc (ISI) in alliance with its sister company recently completed the first phase of construction of its new corporate "green" headquarters’ in Exeter, California. As a result of its efforts, ISI was honored by U.S. Senator Devon Nunez, The California State Senate, and the Exeter City Administration and Chamber of Commerce for its beautification of the City.
The award was presented at an annual awards banquet in February for its contribution to the beautification of the San Joaquin Valley town of Exeter where its new headquarters are located.
The building was constructed to meet gold LEED certification. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, a voluntary building certification adopted by the U.S. Green Building Council. http://www.usgbc.org
The LEED program is a rigorous system that requires the building to be highly energy efficient. LEED promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality. ISI's new facility is powered by renewable energy sources and is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Green Power Partner.
Highly efficient computer controlled energy monitoring of the HVAC and lighting systems ensures minimal energy consumption with an emphasis on high quality air and natural light. ISI's building is noted to be the only building of its type in California's San Joaquin Valley.
To compliment ISI’s “green” commitment, the landscaping is designed to require very minimal water resources and the entire vegetation used is edible and exclusively made up of a variety of fruit trees, culinary and neutraceutical herbs/plants and a showcase area dedicated to display plants used in their product offering.
Mr. Bassam Faress, director of sales and marketing, comments, “even our parking lot is sustainable, it’s made of pervious concrete which has 24% void structure allowing for rain water to go right through it back to the ground where it belongs. We have been described as being green from the ground up!"
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