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your good Health with


  • Maize Flour Premix

  • Wheat Flour Premix

  • Fortified Rice Kernels

  • Fortified Oils & Fats

  • Fortified Milk Powder

Micronutrient Premix

Essential micronutrients are used in the formulation of staple premixes to improve the nutritional fortification of staple foods and alleviate micronutrient insufficiency. Fundamentally, they are specially formulated blends that have been extensively researched and tested and are intended to make up for any nutrient deficiencies or gaps in a person's diet. Yet, due to the widespread consumption of wheat, we provide a wide selection of items including micronutrient premixes

Maize Flour Premix

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Bioven Ingredient is a leading manufacturer of multinutrient Maize flour Premix. Due to the increasing centralization of maize milling, its widespread consumption, and the ease of the fortification technology, it is a trending product in worldwide market.

Premix industry consumption of maize flour fortification is global. The food home fortification technique is also user-friendly, making it an ideal vehicle for nutritional intervention. Micronutrient stability in fortified maize flour kept at room temperature is generally good.

Whole maize has fair amounts of riboflavin, niacin, folate, biotin, iron, and zinc but is a high source of thiamin, pyridoxine, and phosphorus.

Nevertheless, during milling, many of these nutrients are lost. Each of the aforementioned minerals also contains vitamins A and E. Moreover, adding calcium during the milling process to maize meal or flour is simple. Based on nutritional requirements, the concentration of vitamins and minerals to add must be calculated.Moreover, consumption habits must be taken into account, as well as losses during cooking and storage.

Wheat Flour Premix

The cereal that is produced and consumed the most globally is wheat. Our selection of wheat flour fortification premix goods contains additional micronutrient premix items.

Wheat is a good natural source of the vitamins B1, B2, B6, niacin, and E, as well as iron and zinc. Moreover, the outer layers of the wheat grain are where the majority of these nutrients are concentrated. They lose a considerable amount of their weight during the milling process. Moreover, the loss of vitamins and minerals is greater when flour is extracted at lower rates.

Restoring these nutrients by fortification is beneficial. Similar to this, enrichment enhances nutrient consumption, personal productivity, and overall public health when it is extensively used.

Processing is made simpler by using our specialised premixes, which have the right amounts of the necessary nutrients, cofactors, and protective agents. Moreover, quality control lowers expenses and waste while enhancing the completed product's nutritional quality and stability. Additionally, our cutting-edge procedures create micronutrient premixes that guarantee. Nonetheless, the fortified flour will have the same texture, flavour, and aroma as regular wheat flour.

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Fortified Rice Kernals

One of the most common basic foods consumed worldwide, particularly in South East Asia, is rice. According to a research published by the international NGO Global Alliance for Better Nutrition, almost 70% of Indians consume rice (GAIN). To manufacture fortified rice, which increases the nutritional content of rice, fortified rice kernels (FRKs) are often added to regular rice in a ratio of 1:99.

Coating and Dusting exist, Hot Air Extrusion is the most preferred method of fortification.

Most common fortificants used in rice is Vitamin B9 & B12 with Iron.

Fortified Milk Powders

Dairy products include a variety of micronutrients in addition to protein and fat, including calcium and fat-soluble vitamins. Dairy fortification is crucial since high temperature processing destroys the majority of these nutrients. Vitamins A and D2 are frequently added to milk and milk powders for added nutrition. Premixes are offered by Hexagon Nutrition in both liquid and powder forms. These vitamins, either individually or in various vitamin combinations, can be added to milk to make it more nutritious.

Vitamins can be added at a variety of locations throughout the processing system, including the High Temperature Short Time (HTST) constant level tank, the pasteurising vat directly, and the pipeline continuously after standardisation and before pasteurisation.

Vitamin A

Vitamin E

Vitamin D

B Complex Vitamins

These micronutrients are mainly used for for dairy fortification.

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Fortified Oils & Fats

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The method of fortification has no effect on the edible oils' qualities, including their look, flavour, texture, and shelf life. So, it serves as a superb vehicle for giving our bodies the nutrients it needs to fight shortages. In order to increase the quality of edible oil and make it useful in addressing micronutrient shortages, we fortify oils and fats with necessary micronutrients. There are numerous edible oils that can be enriched with micronutrients, including soybean, palm olein, peanut, cotton seed, and mustard.

Vitamin AVitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K are themicronutrients mainly used for for dairy fortification.

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