Applications and Uses of Vitamin A

Vitamin A can be used in Food, Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Health & Personal care products, Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry. Vitamin A appears as yellow brown beadlets. Vitamin A is used as an antioxidant and dietary supplement that can protect against cancer and cardio-vascular disease. It also enhances the function of white blood cells staving off viral infections as well as various other health benefits.

Vitamin A mainly has two forms, Vitamin A Palmitate and Vitamin A Acetate. Vitamin A Acetate is a light yellow free-flowing microcapsule. Vitamin A Acetate is used to direct compression and hard capsule or used for fortification of food, beverage, etc. Vitamin A Palmitate, is a cold water dispersible version of Vitamin A that is stabilized with BHA and BHT. It is recommended for effervescent and coated tablet and hard-shell capsules. Vitamin A Palmitate is used for the fortification of dry food products, including flour, dry milk and beverage powders, and water-based foods.

Vitamin A uses as follows:


In Food

Vitamin A can be used as nutrition supplements in food.

In Beverage

Vitamin A can be used as nutrition supplements in beverage.

In Pharmaceutical

Vitamin A can be used as Nutritional therapy in Pharmaceutical in treatment of vitamin A deficiency and ulcers, warts, benign breast tumors.

In Health and Personal care

Vitamin A is used as Skin-Conditioning Agent – Miscellaneous; SKIN CONDITIONING in cosmetics.

In Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry

Vitamin A can be used as nutritional supplement in Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry feed.

In Other Industries

Vitamin A is used in various industries.

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