UK-based global ingredient supplier Cambridge Commodities is expanding its offer to include premium softgel formulations that meet a wide range of current consumer expectations, including high ethical standards.
Investing in its softgel offering, Cambridge Commodities has partnered with a market-leading softgel manufacturer and have appointed a dedicated head of product development with over 13 years’ experience in the industry. This has enabled the company to offer the highest quality softgels in a marketplace that is growing and continues to evolve in both product formats and ingredients.
Sourcing directly and exclusively from a state-of-the-art facility means is is able to respond quickly and flexibly to changing customer demand.
All of Cambridge Commodities’ softgels are manufactured in a SEDEX approved facility that is GMP, BRC, ISO 22000 and HACCP certified. Fish oil is only sourced from suppliers approved by Friend of The Sea and any palm oil or palm derivative used comes from an RSPO certified source.
Cressida Cable, head of product development, has been working on creating innovative and in-demand softgels ensuring the efficacy of their softgels is supported, where applicable, by a permitted label claim in accordance with EFSA’s regulations.
She says “As ethical trading is one of Cambridge Commodities’ core values, we are proud to bring our new sustainably sourced softgels range to market to meet increasing consumer demand. Supporting our customers’ growth is at the heart of our business and we’re proud that our extensive warehouse capacity and ability to offer low MOQs of multiple softgel formulations strengthens our position as a market-leading, innovative supply partner.”