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Israel Approves BioHarvest Sciences’ Request To Add Resveratrol To Snack Bars

March 18, 2021: 12:00 AM EST
The Ministry of Health in Israel has approved the Canadian snack company’s (Vancouver, B.C.) request to include the Vinea (piceid resveratrol) proprietary red grape cell product in a health snack bar, the first approval for piceid resveratrol as a functional food in Israel. The snack bar will be launched in Israel in Q2/2021, and early in 2022 in the U.S. Vinea is already considered both a functional food and a dietary supplement in the U.S.; the company's overall forecast for U.S. sales of the Vinea dietary supplement will be updated soon after the U.S. launch of Vinea in May 2021. Through its BioFarming technology, BioHarvest can produce piceid resveratrol at industrial scale in a way that is non-GMO, maintains the natural structure of the compound, and has superior solubility, bioavailability, and efficacy versus other forms of resveratrol.
"BioHarvest Sciences Inc. Receives Approval from Israel's Ministry of Health to Include Vinea in a Health Snack Bar", Barron’s, March 18, 2021, © Dow Jones & Company, Inc
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