• facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Youtobe
  • Early Life Nutrition

    ARA, short for arachidonic acid and also known as eicosatetraenoic acid, is a ω-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA). It is the most abundant and extensively distributed PUFA in human body and plays an essential role to body growth and development.

    In the brain and nervous tissue, ARA usually accounts for 40-50% of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). The figure can be as high as 70% in nerve endings and as high as 400mg/L in the plasma of regular people. ARA matters crucially to developing the infants' brain and nervous system. The pre-birth and post-birth periods are critical to brain and vision development.

    Industrial pioneer of international standard
    CABIO ARA (arachidonic acid or eicosatetraenoic acid)is an omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid obtained through biosynthetic technology. CABIO ARA was the first among same type of products in China approved by EU as Novel food and GRAs by US FDA. It has been approved and used by many top infant formula food manufacturers at home and abroad.

    CABIO ARA has two product forms: oil and microcapsule powder. They are mainly applied in the fields of infant formula food, healthy food and dietary supplements, and they are often used in various healthy food such as liquid milk, yogurt and milk beverages.

    The products are suitable for various production processes with good stability and flavor, bringing reliable shelf life and flavor to the applied products. The powder products can be provided in customized formulas for special applications such as whole milk, dairy-free, whole vegetarian, and sugar-free products, to meet the needs of organic food, vegetarian food, special medical food (non-allergic formula) and goat milk formula powder, etc.
    Functional article