For more good health and vitality
Your reliable trading partner and supplier of vitamin raw materials
Vitamins help promote the health of humans and animals and are used both naturally and as a water-soluble or fat-soluble additive raw material.
ACT supplies vitamins in consistent and certified quality for the production of end products in the food, animal feed, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries.
How do vitamins work as additives?
Vitamin raw materials primarily provide a sufficient intake of vitamins for humans and animals to maintain good health. Vitamins – especially ascorbic acid (vitamin C) – fortify the immune system, promote metabolism, ensure the healthy development of teeth, bones and cells and boost general vitality. Vitamins are also essential in the area of prevention.
Your reliable distributor for vitamins
ACT is your reliable trading partner and distributor for high quality vitamins. Especially if quality raw materials and the reliability of the entire production chain to the point of delivery is fundamentally important to you. To enrich your products with vitamins, we provide the following additives:
- Ascorbate Calcium
- Ascorbate Sodium
- Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)
- Biotine (Vitamin H)
- Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3)
- Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12)
- DL-Alpha-Tocopherylacetate (Vitamin E)
- Folic Acid (Vitamin B9)
- Methylcobalamin (Vitamin B12)
- Niacinamide ex WESTERN DRUGS
- Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5)
- Pyridoxine HCL (Vitamin B6)
- Retinol (Vitamin A)
- Riboflavine (Vitamin B2)
- Thiamine (Vitamin B1)
- Vitamin C DC
- Vitamin E, natural
- Vitamin K1, K2
Where and in which industries are vitamins used?
In addition to fruit and vegetables of course, vitamins are usually found in consumer shopping trolleys as powders, capsules, tablets, beverages and confectionery bars. They are often an integral part of nutritional supplements as well as effervescent vitamin tablets and an important ingredient in beverages from apple juice to energy drinks. In baby food, they are found in powdered form and as a pulp and the pharmaceutical industry increasingly relies on vitamins in skin creams and tablets, for example.
But not only the food industry relies on vitamin-rich raw materials – the animal feed industry also uses plenty of vitamins. In cat and dog food and in animal-fattening feed, a wide variety of vitamins are used.