9th Biennial Berry Health Benefits Symposium
Join a selection of the world’s most renowned berry researchers on January 31st – February 2nd, 2023 and present the latest research that attracts media
and consumer attention to berries as a superfruit.
CPS will have three participants; Chris Krueger will be a panelist for “Broadening the Berry Basket with Berry Supplements” and current research reviews with Dr. Jess Reed and Dr. Amy B. Howell. Don’t miss it!
We Are Complete Phytochemical Solutions
We provide third-party analytic testing, contract research and consulting services that enable our clients to develop, manufacture and market high quality, efficacious botanical supplements and food products for human and animal nutrition
OUR THREE CRITERIA
Our analytic testing services are guided by the following criteria:
Botanicals contain a wide range of phytochemicals, some that promote health and others that can be deleterious. Consumers expect authenticity and traceability of quality ingredients from farm-to-finished product
Standardization ensures that products are manufactured consistently using well documented practices, and that those products have been assessed for quality at multiple phases in the manufacturing process
Science-based evidence relating phytochemical structures to beneficial health outcomes is essential for the development, manufacturing and marketing of efficacious botanical supplements and food products
What is Polyphenol-Fingerprinting℠?
Plants contain a group of compounds called ‘polyphenols’. In the case of cranberry, polyphenols can be broken down into more specific sub-classes; Proanthocyanidins (PACs), Flavonols, Anthocyanins and Hydroxycinnamic acids. Each of these sub-classes is composed of many more individual compounds. Complete Phytochemical Solutions, LLC has a developed a proprietary analytic service for identifying these groups of chemicals in each botanical supplement or food product, giving them their own unique Polyphenol Fingerprint℠.
Any of a group of naturally occurring compounds found significantly in fruits, vegetables, cereals, coffee, tea, and wine. Widely studied for properties believed to promote health and fight disease. Illustrated below is an example of the polyphenols of cranberries.
Anthocyanins are common plant pigments. Food plants rich in anthocyanins are blueberry, cranberry, elderberry, and black currant. The color range of anthocyanins includes red, purple, blue to blueish-green and changes as a function of pH.
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