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10/07/2021

Pep2Dia®’s New Dietary Ingredient registration approved by the US FDA

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Ingredia has now been granted the New Dietary Ingredient (NDI) registration for Pep2Dia®! Special thanks to Sylvanie Seret and our experts, who guided us throughout the process.   Pep2Dia®’s safety validated by NDI registration   Pep2Dia® is a patented whey protein hydrolysate containing an active dipeptide AP, designed for people willing to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Pep2Dia®’s toxicity was also evaluated, both acutely (dose of 2000 mg/kg body weight) and sub chronically (90 days at dose levels up to 1000mg/kg body weight/day). In both studies, no toxicological effects were observed.   Previously, Pep2Dia® had proven its efficacy in clinical studies (2019) in glucose intolerant volunteers, at a dose of 1400 mg to be taken daily before lunch for 6 weeks as a supplement. It has successfully decreased their glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) level. Pep2Dia® thus lowers the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.   More news for Pep2Dia® Our most recent clinical study (2020) proves Pep2Dia®’s efficacy at a dose of 700 mg before meals, on glucose intolerant people.   Discover our new website Pep2Dia®: www.pep2dia.com  Contact us

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06/28/2021

Webcast: say cheese! The new ways to consume cheese worldwide!

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A growing consumer focus on healthnaturality and sustainability is driving innovation on the cheese market. Moreover, the development of cheese consumption in new regions leads to new ways of consumption. Formulating and having the right process to answer those new drivers is challenging for industrials.
During this webinar dedicated to innovation in cheese, we discuss about:
  • The cheese market evolution
  • Drivers of today cheese consumption
  • Ingredia’s latest concepts to answer customer expectations
Access the replay here!

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