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Company description

Arjuna Natural Pvt Ltd (Arjuna Natural) is an innovative, science-based organization specializing in nature-based extracts for Health & sustainable living. Founded in the small town of Aluva, in the state of Kerala, India in 1989, Arjuna Natural began as a producer & marketer of essential oil of mustard (Natural) for a small but significant niche market that gained worldwide acceptance, becoming the first in India & the second in the world to do so sharing a history of producing unique solutions that continues to this day. For 30+ years, this family-owned company expanded its focus, becoming experts in herbal extraction, pioneering breakthrough products & processes in antioxidant management & anti-inflammatory support. The introduction of innovative BCM-95 the bioavailable Curcumin that was renowned for its impact on Immunity, Gut health, Cognitive health, Joint health etc. had a major impact in the Nutraceutical industry. Arjuna Natural has its own Government recognized, full-fledged R&D facilities. In addition, the organization engages with leading universities & researchers to further the cause of science, innovation & research. Manufacturing also expanded to 3 facilities across geographies bringing in both the capacity to meet requirements, but also de-risking supply chains for customers. Customer servicing has also grown with a marketing office in USA & a network of partners across the globe. Arjuna Natural made a great impression on the Nutraceutical segment, manufactured Amlamax, a patented product from the ripe fruits of Amla, AKBAMAX an extract of Boswellia Serrata, Omega-3 a natural essential fatty acid from Sardine & Oxystorm- the world’s first nitrate extract from Red Spinach. Arjuna’s bioavailable Curcumin was also successfully commercialized to gain functional & cost-quality differentiation advantages over others. Arjuna has to its credit a total of 100+ international patents commercialized globally.

Quick facts

Sales markets Africa; Asia; Australia; Central/South America; Eastern Europe; Middle East; North America; Western Europe
Primary business activity Manufacturer: Ingredients / Additives
Affiliated categories: Antioxidant |Botanical Extracts |Food Supplements / Nutraceuticals More

Upcoming events

1 may 2023

Vitafoods Europe Online and In-Person

1 - 12 May 2023 - Online Visit us at stand A84 Book a meeting See our Exhibitor Profile   See full Exhibitor List
20 nov 2023

Fi Europe Online and In-Person

20 Nov - 30 Nov 2023 Messe Frankfurt, Germany Visit us at stand 3.0H221 Book a meeting See our Exhibitor Profile   See full Exhibitor List

Recently at

28 nov 2022

Fi Europe Online and In-Person

28 Nov - 8 Dec 2022 Paris, France We were at stand 7.2G92 See our Exhibitor Profile   See full Exhibitor List

News about Arjuna Natural Pvt Ltd

Arjuna intro organic turmeric extracts

14 Feb 2020

Arjuna intro organic turmeric extracts

Arjuna Natural has introduced a range of certified organic turmeric extracts, including clinically studied, bioavailable BCM-95 (Curcugreen). In addition to BCM-95 and Turmeric Extract 95%, the line of products will include Arjuna’s full range of water-dispersible, oil-dispersible, and customizable turmeric extracts.

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27 Sep 2019

Arjuna to boost Investment in BCM-95 studies

Arjuna Natural has announced that its BCM-95 (Bio-curcumin), a high-potency turmeric extract of curcumin, is now backed by 60 scientific studies.

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24 Jun 2019

Could new research heat up the turmeric market?

Sales of turmeric – and the curcumin extracted from it – have soared over the past few years, and new research suggesting it could help relieve pain from knee osteoarthritis looks set to boost the ingredient even further.

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13 Jun 2019

Curcugreen shown to be effective with osteoarthritis

In a newly published human clinical study, Arjuna Natural curcumin formulation BCM-95 (Curcugreen) is said to have demonstrated new possibilities for effectively managing symptoms associated with osteoarthritis of the knee, and exhibited results that matched those of some of the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) typically used for significantly reducing pain severity.

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