ActiVin Earns GRAS Approval The Only Grape Seed Extract Ingredient to Secure GRAS Status June 7, 2001 (Modesto, CA) Dry Creek Nutrition, Inc. announced today that ActiVin grape seed extract earned GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) approval by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association (FEMA). ActiVin is the only grape seed extract to go through this rigorous review process and secure GRAS approval. ActiVin grape seed extract is a plant substance rich in naturally occurring antioxidant compounds. Extensive scientific evidence was submitted to FEMA to validate ActiVin's safety for inclusion in food products. "Achieving GRAS status reinforces ActiVin's status as a safe and high-quality brand. Consumers will have more opportunities to reap its health benefits," said Peter Kovacs, President and CEO, Dry Creek Nutrition, Inc. Providing more antioxidant power than vitamins C, E or beta-carotene, ActiVin is the most researched grape seed extract brand on the market, with more than 90 scientific publications, abstracts and presentations reporting its health benefits. It is currently sold as a dietary supplement and can now be used in foods and beverages. Independent research studies with ActiVin show that it can protect against the damaging effects of internal and external stresses. It can be found in supermarkets, pharmacies and specialty health stores nationwide, including Wal-Mart, Long's, GNC, ShopRite, and CVS, among others.
- Product Name: Activin, a dietary supplement comprised of grape seed extract
- Product Origin: USA
activin is a far more powerful antioxidant.
you've heard that vitamins c, e and beta-carotene are potent antioxidants for good health. yet, they don't compare to the power of activin ih636 grape seed extract found in dietary supplements and nutritional foods and beverages. in every research study in which they've been compared (over 10 different tests), activin has been shown to be a far more powerful antioxidant.