Beta carotene powder is a red-orange pigment . It natrually occurs in plants and fruits, especially carrots and colorful vegetables. The name beta carotene comes from the Greek "beta" and Latin "carota" (carrot).It is the yellow/orange pigment that gives vegetables and fruits their rich colors.
Carotene is the main source of vitamin A, mainly in the form of α, β, and γ, of which β-carotene is the most prevailing. It is one of the most common vitamin A supplements. Vitamin A is essential for human visual development. If the body lacks vitamin A, vision problems will occur, and night blindness may even occur.
|Product Name||Beta carotene: 1%,10%,20%,30%|
|Latin Name||Dausus carota subsp.sativus|
|Specification||Beta carotene: 1%,10%,20%,30%|
|water soluble（CWD）5% 10%|
|Beta caroten Oil 5% -30%|
|Appearance & Color||Deep orange or red fine powder|
|Odor & Taste||Characteristic|
|Mesh Size||95% Through 80 Mesh|
|Storage conditions||Store in cool & dry place, Keep away from strong light and heat|
1. Beta carotene powder can maintain normal visual function, because carotene is a component of light-sensitive substances in visual cells. Appropriate consumption of carotene can improve vision, especially dark vision.
2. It can maintain the integrity of the skin and mucous membranes, and can avoid excessive keratinization of the skin and mucous membranes. Appropriate consumption of carotene has a good beauty and beauty effect.
3. It can maintain and promote the improvement of immune function, because carotene has an important role in promoting the production of many immune substances, and it also has a very obvious role in improving the body's immunity.
According to the "Standards for the Use of Food Additives" (GB2760-2014), the industries where Beta -carotene can be applied include concoctions, ice cream, candies, biscuits, beverages, snack foods, baked goods, rice noodles and jelly, etc.
Beta carotene powder can be used in cream, cheese, mayonnaise, etc., which originally contain carotene, and is widely used in other edible fats, margarine, shortening, pastries, bread and other products. It can also be used in medicines and feeds. Additives, nutritional supplements and other products.
Excessive intake can cause carotenodermia. It is harmless to the human body, but it manifests as orange pigmentation of the skin.