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green coffee bean extract  

Green Coffee Bean Extract

Item Name:Green Coffee Bean Extract Powder

Botanical Source:Coffea robusta or Coffea arabica

Active ingredients:Chlorogenic Acid/Acids

Color:Light brown to light yellow Powder

Part Used:Bean


Test Method:HPLC

 Green coffee bean extract is made from the unroasted beans of Coffea Arabica L., and results in a high level of Chlorogenic acid and other caffeoylquinic acids. Its supreme anti-oxidant and fat accumulation suppressing properties.


Function of Green Coffee Bean Extract Powder

(1) Antioxidant activity;

(2) Reduce blood glucose levels, help to reduce the symptoms of diabetes;

(3) Improve cardiovascular health;

(4) Anti-cancer effect;

(5)Anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antiviral effects;

(6) Weight loss.


Application of Green Coffee Bean Extract Powder

(1)Functional food and food additive;

(2) Cosmetics;

(3) Pharmaceutical materials (Capsules, tablets, etc) .




Green Coffee Bean Extract Chlorogenic acid 45% 



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Partical size

98% pass through 100 mesh

Loss on drying


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