Fibers and Prebiotics



A fine quality fiber and polysaccharide extracted from chicory or Jerusalem artichoke roots.  Approximately 10% sweetness of sucrose. Inulin can be found in dairy products, baked goods, confectionery treats, beverages, infant formulas, cereal, ice cream, dietary supplements, and functional health beverages.  Inulin’s health benefits include: Blood vessel improvement, weight reduction assistance, decreases glucose, treatment of constipation, metabolism support, skin beautification, treatment of eczema and intestinal cancer. Our Main source of supplied inulin is Jerusalem Artichoke and and Chicory but can also extract it from Agave based on your demand.

Jerusalem Artichoke inulin

Inulin can be found in various plants and Jerusalem Artichoke is one of our ingredients we provide as an inulin source that is derived from the root of a special species of Sunflower.  It has a slight sweet taste and low glycemic index making it an abosultely superb substitute for sugar. Jerusalem artichoke can be USDA Organic Certified and Non-GMO Certified.


Chicory inulin


Chicory, or chicory root, is a flowering species of dandelion and native of the Mediterranean and European regions and is now cultivated worldwide. We carry conventional chicory as a cost effective alternative to our Jerusalem Artichoke.

Prebiotics - fos-gos-imo- XOS

Prebiotic awareness has been a growing and overall trend in digestive health. Our product XOS short for Xylo-Oligosaccharide is a dietary high-fiber content powder that can be added to your smoothies, coffee, morning bagel and oatmeal and is incredibly useful in improving gastrointestinal health. Our Organic and Non-GMO project certified product can be aquired from our partner


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