Baobab

Baobab is one of the most beneficial nutritional supplements that people can take today. It is a great source of calcium, iron, copper, zinc, potassium, magnesium, sodium, Vitamin C and more. Concentrated baobab fruit powder makes a great addition to a wide range of different food, beverage and supplement applications. Baobab powder is also ideal for numerous cosmetic applications, including nail care and hair conditioners. Baobab is rich in Omega fatty acids, Vitamins A, C, D, E, and F. It is especially rich in Vitamin C (up to 10 times greater than fresh oranges) and has been shown to reduce glycemic response as well as support immune function, tissue repair and regeneration, and thus is commonly deemed with anti-aging properties.

Manufacturing

Simpli’s plant based bioactive ingredients are manufactured at our POS Bio-Sciences facility in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. This facility has a site license under Health Canada’s Natural Health Product Directorate. The site license requires compliances with good manufacturing practices and quality assurance supervision of all processing.

Applications

  • Food & Beverage
  • Nutritional Supplements
  • Cosmeceuticals
  • Bioactive Formulations

Baobab

Baobab is one of the most beneficial nutritional supplements that people can take today. It is a great source of calcium, iron, copper, zinc, potassium, magnesium, sodium, Vitamin C and more. Concentrated baobab fruit powder makes a great addition to a wide range of different food, beverage and supplement applications. Baobab powder is also ideal for numerous cosmetic applications, including nail care and hair conditioners. Baobab is rich in Omega fatty acids, Vitamins A, C, D, E, and F. It is especially rich in Vitamin C (up to 10 times greater than fresh oranges) and has been shown to reduce glycemic response as well as support immune function, tissue repair and regeneration, and thus is commonly deemed with anti-aging properties.

Pricing & Specifications

Baobab Powder is obtained from the seeds of Adansonia tree, native to Africa. There are 9 species of Baobab tree today. Six of them are native to the largest African Island, Madagascar, two species grow on the soil of continental Africa, and one is native to Australia. Baobab tree is considered to be a national tree of Madagascar. Known as the “Tree of Life”, it lives to its reputation. Baobab serves as a shelter for many animals, as well as to human travelers on their journeys through tough African terrain. The trunk of this tree can hold up to 100,000 liters of water, allowing it to survive harsh conditions and providing humans and animals with water.

The fruit of baobab tree resembles a coconut, and it is high in Vitamin C. It is most commonly used to make jams and gravies in its native countries, as it serves as an excellent thickener. In some African countries, people use it to make beer. Though it is less known, baobab leaves are also very edible and serve many health benefits; most of which are being quickly realized by consumer’s conscious of lifestyle and wellness. In reaction, the health food market is quickly supplying many shelves of wellness stores and the alike with supplements, finished food products and beverages that contain this amazing fruit extract. Experts predict a big growth of demand for baobab fruits in the future.