Advanced Oil Microencapsulation
Improve active preservation, controlled release, structuration and taste masking
Microencapsulation uses an emulsion comprised of three components: a solvent (like water), a carrier (starch) and a core/active (oil or vitamin). Traditional oil drying via spray drying or freeze drying, while widely accepted, each have significant drawbacks. High-temperature spray drying can damage active ingredients during processing and result in the surface active being exposed to oxidization. Freeze drying is time consuming and inefficient for manufacturing at scale.