Concord Grape Powder
Grape, Concord Powder
Concord Grape Powder (FRX745) from NutriCargo
USA (Origin may vary per lot - Refer to certificate of analysis)
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What is Grape Concord Powder?
The Concord grape is a popular type of grape with a waxy, violet skin and a distinctive sweet aroma. First developed in 1849 in Concord, Massachusetts, the grape has proved consistently popular in the U.S. for over a century. It’s often used to make jellies, juice, pies, soft drinks and candy.
Why Grape Concord Powder?
The Concord grape is almost too good to be true--it has a candied taste that can satisfy the most rabid sweet tooth, but packs a powerful nutritious punch at the same time. And Concord grape powder can do that one better--it doesn’t go out of season and distills the grape’s nutritional benefits into a simple, tasty additive. Perfect for fruit smoothies, baked goods, and delicious juices, NutriCargo’s grape Concord powder can take your kitchen creations to the next level.
- Rich source of flavonoids, unique plant compounds
- Packed with vitamin C and polyphenols, which may support* digestive health
- Powdered form makes it easy to meet your daily recommended servings of fruit
- Traces of minerals including zinc, magnesium, and phosphorous,
Why Grape Concord Powder from NutriCargo?
- Wholesale pricing on grape concord powder & all other ingredients.
- Mix & Match savings, when you buy more you have the chance to save more.
- Earn NC Rewards Points for each order of grape concord powder to save even more in the future!
- Free & Flat-Rate shipping are also available on qualifying orders.*
NutriCargo is your premier supplier of grape concord powder. Shop confidently knowing you’re getting quality-tested ingredients that are competitively priced and ready to ship world-wide today.
What quality documents can you provide?
- Certificates of Analysis (COA)
- Allergen & pesticide statements
What is the difference between powder, 4:1, %, etc?
Whole herbs and extracts are both very different products.
Whole botanicals in some cases contain every part of a botanical including roots or stems while extract contains a specific botanical compound and is measured to a specific amount.
Extracts come with standards set by potency percentage so your order will always match what was advertised.
NutriCargo Whole Ingredients (do not have % or ration in their name)
A whole ingredient contains the entire botanical, including the roots, stem, flower etc.
Extracts contain specific compounds extracted from the botanical. These compounds are denoted by the “%” sign.
Herbal extracts are often “standardized” to contain a certain amount of a compound or active ingredient. Standardization ensures that every batch of a botanical extract contains the same amount of the advertised compound. For example, Acerola 10% may be standardized to 10% vitamin C. Every batch of that product will have at least 10% of that active compound.
NutriCargo Extract Ratios
Ratio extracts are denoted by the ratio in their product name. For example 4:1, 5:1, 10:1 etc.
If it’s a 4:1 extract, for example, that means that four parts of the original plant are going into one part of the final extract, making it a concentrated powder.
Think of it this way: Ratio of dry plant material (X) to final extract quantity(Y).
X : Y
Y = weight of dry plant material
X = weight or volume of extract (depending upon whether the extract is a solid/dry extract or a liquid extract)
The concept here is that the essential activity of the dry plant material (X) is found in the quantity of extract (Y). Or in other words, Y quantity of the extract is equivalent to X quantity of the dry plant.
For example, a botanical ingredient listed as a 4:1 extract means that 4 kg of raw herbs were extracted down to 1 kg of dried powdered extract.
What type of quality control measures does NutriCargo take?
- The institution of an internal Quality Control Program to ensure that products are free of toxins and undesired by-products.
- Alliances with science laboratories to enforce rigorous testing procedures.
- Weekly testing for microbial pathogens and heavy metals (Lead, Cadmium, Arsenic, Mercury).
- Microbiological testing (Total Plate count, Yeast & Mold, Coliforms, E. Coli and Salmonella).
- Random testing of materials' moisture content.
- HPTLC (High-Performance Thin Layer Chromatography) testing for initial approval and supply of materials.
- High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) testing for powder extracts.
- Prevention of all sub-potent and contaminated materials from entering the products.
- Regular testing for proper identification and chemical efficacy.
|Botanical Name||Vitis Labrusca|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Parts Used||Whole Fruit|