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Cargill Taps into Juicy Glucosamine Deal

10:49 AM MDT | July 27, 2007 | Kate Phillips

Cargill says its Regenasure brand glucosamine has been certified with a generally recognized as safe (GRAS) status for a variety of specific food and beverage applications. The product, which was evaluated by an independent panel of scientists, is produced from an unspecified vegetarian source and is the only commercially available non-animal, non-shellfish glucosamine, Cargill says. Other glucosamine products on the market are derived from shellfish shell waste, it says. Regenasure is also the only available GRAS-certified glucosamine, Cargill says. The product...

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