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How Nanotechnology Keeps Infused Beverages Clear, While Improving Bioavailability

October 28, 2019: 12:00 AM EST
Consumption nanotechnology, whose accelerated development has solved some key problems for the CBD- and THC-infused beverages industry, has applications beyond these specific areas. Manufacturers are using nano inputs to ensure that an oil-based functional ingredient can be infused into a beverage – and absorbed by the human body, making it more “bioavailable” – without turning the drink cloudy or milky. Improved absorption is a result of the tiny size of the functional ingredient particles processed using the technology. Marketers take note: enhanced bioavailability allows for further product differentiation in the functional beverage market: vitamin and adaptogen-infused beverages stand to benefit from the technology, along with CBD-infused beverages.[Image Credit: © Republica from Pixabay]
Emma Upshall, "Consumption Nanotechnology is Disrupting the Infused Beverage Market", FoodBev Media , October 28, 2019, © FoodBev Media Ltd
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