SOURCE: Stauber


June 30, 2016 08:07 ET

Stauber to Exhibit Marigot's Aquamin at IFT16

Award-Winning Marine Multi-Mineral Complex to Be Showcased at Institute of Food Technology Expo Alongside Biosearch Life and Vis Vitalis GmbH

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - Jun 30, 2016) - Stauber, a leading provider of ingredients for nutraceutical, food, beverage, flavor and pet industries, will be exhibiting at IFT16: Where Science Feeds Innovation from July 17, 2016 through July 19, 2016 in Chicago at the McCormick Place South, Booth 3680.

The annual meeting and expo, presented by the Institute of Food Technologists, brings together the food industry's largest collection of food ingredients, equipment, processing, and packaging suppliers.

Joining Stauber this year is Marigot Ltd.'s Aquamin, a unique marine multi-mineral complex that provides bioactive calcium, magnesium and 72 other trace marine minerals, for the fortification of food, beverage and supplement products. Unlike other mineral sources used in food, beverage and supplement preparation, Aquamin is derived solely from seaweed harvested under an exclusive license off the coast of Iceland. The seaweed, which absorbs trace minerals from the surrounding seawater, coupled with Aquamin's unique structure, results in a mineral rich product that is neutral tasting, free of chalky texture and easily absorbed by the human body.

In May 2016, Aquamin was honored at the annual NutraIngredients Awards in Geneva, Switzerland as the 2016 Ingredient of the Year in the Healthy Ageing category. The NutraIngredients Awards recognize true innovation and cutting edge research in health foods, supplements and nutrition industries.

"Joining Stauber at IFT16 presents us with a great opportunity to educate the IFT community about Aquamin and its many benefits," said David O'Leary, Commercial Manager of Marigot Ltd., the creators of Aquamin. "We are looking forward to joining our exclusive North America distributor, Stauber, to meet with new prospects who are interested in learning more about Aquamin as an ingredient for their future products."

Stauber will also be exhibiting long-term partner Vis Vitalis GmbH, which offers high-quality natural vitamins for various applications. Highlighted items from Austrian-based Vis Vitalis GmbH include PANMOL® B-COMPLEX US100, derived from sprouted quinoa providing a holistic range of all B vitamins, and PANMOL® VITAMINS US50, which covers all essential vitamins from botanical sources.

Also exhibiting with Stauber is premium quality manufacturer Biosearch Life, with its shelf stable, clinically-studied Hereditum® Probiotics line. This exceptional probiotic offering, comprised of a series of unique strains originally isolated from human breast milk, is patent protected and effective in diverse finished applications.

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About Stauber
Since 1969, Stauber has consistently offered the finest quality ingredients to the nutritional, food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and pet care industries. The company was founded on the principle of partnering with manufacturers that provide the highest level of product and service. From the corporate office in Fullerton, California, manufacturing capabilities under its control in New York, warehouses in four strategic geographic locations and alliances with major freight companies, Stauber is able to react quickly and deliver customer needs by being a complete "solution provider."

About Aquamin
Aquamin is a unique marine multi-mineral complex derived from the Lithothamnion seaweed species. Sustainably harvested under licence off the Northwest coast of Iceland, this truly natural mineral offering has been extensively evaluated in clinical trials and demonstrated proven efficacy in multiple health areas. Today, this material is supported by over 30 scientific peer reviewed publications covering bone, joint and digestive health areas. Marigot's approach has always been one of innovation based on science and it has pioneered the development of this mineral across nutraceutical supplement and food ingredient markets internationally.

About IFT
Founded in 1939, the Institute of Food Technologists is committed to advancing the science of food. Our non-profit scientific society -- more than 17,000 members from more than 95 countries -- brings together food scientists, technologists and related professionals from academia, government, and industry. For more information, please visit

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