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Apple peel extract 

Apple extract  polyphenols  

Item Name:apple extract polypenols

Latin name:Malus pumila Mill 

Apparence:Brown Powder

Plant Used:Fruit/Peel

Specification: 50%-95%

Test method:HPLC/UV

What is Apple Extract?
Apple polyphenols have antioxidant action, or deodorant effect, retain freshness, fragrance, color and luster, prevent loss of vitamin, which can prevent food quality deterioration. Therefore, it can be used in aquatic products processing, meat processing, bread, pastry, grease, oil food and cool and refreshing beverages processing manufacturing, can significantly improve the product quality and the guarantee period.

 

Apple polyphenols have various health care functions, such as preventing dental caries, prevention of high blood pressure, prevention of allergic reaction, antitumor, antimutation, block ultraviolet absorption and other physiological function. It can be used in health foods and cosmetics manufacturing. Apple polyphenols is often as a health, functional food additive. It can have full effect on the usage of only fifty - 500 PPM.

 

Main Functions:
1. Aging: Functional declines associated with aging.

2. Diabetes: Lower risk of the diabetes disease.

3. Fat loss: Lower Blood Glucose level.

4. Anti-cancer: Prevent from Lung cancer, breast cancer, skin cancer, colon cancer.

5. Allergies: Anti-allergic effect of apple polyphenol on patient with atopic dermatitis.

 


Applications:

1. Applied in pharmaceutical field. 
2. Applied in health supplement.
3. Applied in cosmetics and personal care products.

 

For more product information pls contact at email sales09@staherb.cn

 

Product Analysis

 

Test items

Specification and Standards

Results

Appearance

Amorphous Powder

Conforms

Colour

Light Red-Brown Fine 

Powder

Conforms

Odour

Slight Sweet, Acerbity

Conforms

Solubility - in Water (4%, 25°C)

Clear and Transparent

Conforms

Sulphated Ash

NMT 1.0%

Conforms

Heavy metals

NMT 10 PPM

Conforms

- Arsenic

NMT 1.0 PPM

Conforms

- Cadmium  

NMT 0.3 PPM

Conforms

- Lead

NMT 1 PPM

Conforms

- Mercury

NMT 0.1 PPM

Conforms

- Chromium

NMT 2 PPM

Conforms

Loss On Drying

NMT 5.0%

3.5%

Powder Size

80Mesh, NLT98%

100%

Assay ( Percent)

 

 

- Polyphenol 

(UV, not less than, per cent)

75,0

77,5

- Phloridzin 

(HPLC,not less than, per cent)

 5,0

7,6

- Chlorogenic Acid 

(HPLC,not less than, per cent)

10,0

15,2

Microbiological Quality (Total viable aerobic count)

 

 

- Bacteria, CFU/g, not more than

103

Conforms

- Moulds and yeasts, CFU/g, not more than

102

Conforms

- E.coli, Salmonella, S. aureus, CFU/g

Inadmissible

Conforms

 

 

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