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The “Active” Benefits of Modern Microencapsulation

Published on: 09/30/2020
Author/s : Winston A. Samuels, Ph.D. Ceo at Maxx Performance.

Believe it or not, most of the encapsulation and microencapsulation techniques in use today—spray drying, spray chilling and fluidized beds, among them—haven’t evolved much since they were first introduced during the World War II era. But market conditions and consumer demand have changed dramatically since then, along with the need for more sophisticated food and feed producti...

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Courtney Samuels Courtney Samuels
Director, Sales and Marketing
Maxx Performance Maxx Performance
Virginia, United States
September 30, 2020
Make sure you take a look at this article!

The benefits of modern microencapsulation vs. older techniques
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rimdha rimdha
Student
October 25, 2020

Do you have an idea if this can be an admitted technique?:

"30 g orange peel essential oil + 970 g zeolite were mixed
and then added to basal diet to obtain 300 ppm of essential oil concentration" (published articl)

I'm interested on protecting EO for small scale to conduct experimental trials. without an efficient stabilisation protocol, in vivo assays are just impossible!

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