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13/F-D,Block 2, No.628,Zhang Yang Rd,Shanghai
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Cactus Botanics Limited is an UK base company. We cooperate with manufactories all over the world, mainly in China, to develop and market innoviative ingredients for Nutritional Market. Our raw materials range is from Botanicals to Animo Acid, Minerals and other nutritional ingredients. We offer custom blending service at our GMP/ISO certificated facilities.
These materials are then integrated by our industrial customers into products for public consumption: food products (meat products, drinks, cooked meals…) or food supplements (tablets, capsules …).
From the purchasing of the vegetable raw materials and the development and quality control laboratories to the industrial equipment, Cactus Botanics controls all the stages of the manufacturing process.
The reasons we are performing perfect in the market are-
>Rigorous Quality Control
>>>Reasonable Price in competitive range
>>>>101% satisfaction Customer Service
Our main materials are-
Bamboo Leaves Flavones
Bitter Orange Neohesperidin 95%
Bilberry Extract 25%
Black Soybean Hull Extract
Brown Seaweed Extract Fucoidan 4%,Alginates 50%
Brown Seaweed Extract Fucoidan 85%
Ellagic Acid 95%
Grape Seed Extract Proanthocyanin 95%
Hoodia Gordnoii Extract 20:1
Lycopene powder 6%
Mangosteen Fruit Extrat (Xanthones 30% HPLC)
Pine Bark Extract Proanthocyanin 95%
Policosanol (Octacosanol 60%)
Red Raspberry Ellagic Acid 20% HPLC
Sea Buckthorn Oil
Last update of this entry: September 20, 2011
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