What is BC30TM

Get to Know BC30

BC30TM (Bacillus coagulans GBI-30, 6086) is a natural, hardy probiotic ingredient used by product manufacturers to create a wide range of probiotic-fortified foods and beverages. Backed by over 25 published papers, research shows BC30 can help support digestive health, immune health, and may help support protein utilization. Easy to formulate, this branded ingredient can help create the functional foods and beverages consumers want most.

Applications Include:

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Juices & Smoothies

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Teas & Coffees

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Powdered & Refrigerated Liquid Beverages

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Snacks, Dips, Spreads & Baked Goods

cup of raspberry frozen yogurt

Frozen Foods & Desserts

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Gummies & Confectionery

How is BC30 Unique?

The challenge with formulating probiotic foods and beverages is that many strains on the market are vegetative strains, which are more fragile and require refrigeration. BC30 is a well-researched, spore-forming probiotic. With a naturally-protective outer layer, BC30 can survive most processing conditions and the path to the gut allowing it to provide the benefits your consumers want.

 

 

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Probiotic Difference

Understanding the difference between probiotic types is the first step in identifying an ingredient that can fit a product’s formulation and benefit needs. Product manufacturers looking to formulate a shelf-stable, heat-resistant product, should opt for spore-forming probiotics.

Spore-Forming vs. Vegetative Probiotics

Simply put, spore-forming probiotics survive better in food and beverage products. What are the differences?

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Vegetative Cells (Lactobacillus or Bifidobacterium

  • Very fragile
  • Vulnerable to low gastric pH and bile salts
  • Susceptible to most harsh manufacturing processes
  • Poor shelf-life
  • Generally require refrigeration

 

 

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Spore-forming Cells (BC30)

  • Naturally protective outer layer makes them highly stable
  • Can survive most manufacturing processes
  • Survive the low pH of the stomach
  • Has a 3-year shelf life
  • Can be used in a wider range of products

 

 

Innovation with a Spore-Forming Probiotic

 

 

 

Supported by Research
BC30 has safety data and over 25 published papers demonstrating its digestive health, immune health and protein utilization benefits. No other strain has the same attributes, and the data that supports claims associated with BC30 provides confidence in the efficacy of the probiotic ingredient.

BC30 is Also

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  • Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), demonstrates safety for human consumption
  • Shelf-stable up to three years, requiring no refrigeration (*with water activity less than 0.7)
  • Vegan, gluten-free, allergen-free, and available in Non-GMO Project Verified and organic compliant
  • Kosher and Halal certified
  • Available for pets and companion animals
  • Backed by over 25 published papers. Research shows BC30 can help support digestive health, immune health, and may help support protein utilization.

An Award-Winning Brand that Consumers Recognize and Trust

BC30 is available in more than 1,000 products worldwide, in a wide variety of functional foods and beverages. Many product packages prominently feature the brand logo, building recognition globally. Branded ingredients like BC30 provide consumers a clear point of reference when browsing shelves, delivering on transparency and building trust. Because of our strong brand recognition and our scientific research, consumers globally associate BC30 with its benefits.

Trusted by Consumers Across the Globe

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83% of consumers believe in BC30’s wellness benefit claims

Digestion

51% of consumers believe BC30 promotes good digestive health

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45% of consumers believe BC30 promotes immune support

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