DSM in Food, beverages & dietary supplements

The best of green tea

Teavigo® from DSM is the purest form of caffeine-free green tea extract on the market today.
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Green tea has long been used for health benefits and Teavigo® is the purest and most natural form of the most active substance in green tea - Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG). EGCG contains potent natural antioxidants and efficient free-radical scavengers (free radicals being the highly reactive compounds that cause cellular damage).

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For health-conscious consumers living a fast-paced life, Teavigo® is inspired by knowledge attained over centuries and confirmed by the scientific community today.

Benefits of Teavigo®

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Teavigo® is the purest form of caffeine-free green tea extract on the market today, proven by scientists to have numerous health benefits, including a stronger sense of wellbeing.

With its high concentration of EGCG, Teavigo® is an extremely effective natural antioxidant that protects against free radical damage to your body.

Teavigo powder (white)

To get the optimal benefits from ordinary green tea would take an intake of four to eight cups of green tea a day. With Teavigo® you get the same pure, natural and healthy effects, with more convenience and without the caffeine.

Teavigo® also offers:

  • A patented and unique production process with constant product quality
  • colorless powder
  • A neutral flavor profile with no bitter taste at high concentration.

Teavigo® in application

Teavigo® is excellent for beverages and functional foods supported by DSM’s:

  • Broadest application know-how
  • First-class technical assistance
  • Superior sensory properties of final products.
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For expertise in Dietary supplement applications

Please contact Pharmachem Laboratories for more information.

Wise words from an ancient tea master

Wa Kei Sei Jaku

Wa Kei Sei Jaku (harmony, respect, purity and tranquility) are the four principles of Chanoyu, as stated by tea master Sen Rikyu (1522-1591). They are the principles that ritual tea practitioners integrate into their daily lives, reflecting the pure spirit and soul of Sen Rikyu. While not a true Zengo (Zen phrase), these four simple words suggest a state of mind that can be achieved after much practice.

Zen phrase

(Calligraphy by Kankai Onozawa, retired Abbot of Jukoin Temple at Daitokuji, Kyoto).
Source: http://www.chanoyu.com/WaKeiSeiJaku.html

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