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Dry n-3® omega-3 powders

Our microencapsulated Omega-3 Powders with Superior Shelf Life and Excellent Handling Characteristics

BASF is a leading supplier of microencapsulated omega-3 powders for infant and maternal nutrition, food fortification, and dietary supplements. Dry n-3® powders offer an ultra-long shelf life with no need for refrigeration, in combination with superior sensory properties.

BASF is a global market leader in omega-3 solutions. Our premium product range is based on more than 150 years of experience in the human nutrition industry, extensive expertise and R&D capabilities. Our sustainable sourcing ensures consistent, reliable supply that accommodates modern, global demands.

Source of omega-3 oils

The omega-3s eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid (EPA and DHA) have been a part of cells and organisms for millions of years. EPA and DHA are long-chain poly-unsaturated omega-3 fatty acids abundant in seafood and other marine products such as oils from fish, krill and algae. Humans can only synthesize the fatty acids at a slow rate. 

Benefits of BASF omega-3 powders

  • We provide unique solutions for safe and healthy nutrition products with superior shelf life.
  • We support our customers and partners with technical application services and development as well as tailor-made trainings in our globally linked Newtrition® Labs around the world.
  • We are the only supplier in the market with products, industry experience and consumer solutions in the dietary supplement and pharma market.
  • We provide products with outstanding shelf life, superior stability during handling, processing, transport and storage.
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