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About Vitamin E TPGS

Vitamin E TPGS

Antares vitamin E TPGS (d-α-tocopheryl polyethylene glycol 1000 succinate) is a water-soluble derivative of the natural form of vitamin E, d-α-tocopherol. It is produced by the esterification of crystalline d-α-tocopheryl succinate by polyethylene glycol 1000.

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Antares Vitamin E TPGS Information:

Antares Health has an extensive body of physicochemical, technical, regulatory, safety, and reference information available for our Vitamin E TPGS product. Should you need additional information you do not find here, please contact us for further assistance.  

Properties

In addition to serving as a water-soluble source of vitamin E, vitamin E TPGS is an amphiphilic compound. This dual combination of lipophilic and hydrophilic activities in a single molecule imparts unique properties…

Manufacturing 

It is manufactured under Quality standards of GMP for pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements, foods, cosmetics and animal nutrition markets.

Stability and Safety

It has a proven record of safety and efficacy having been on the market for well over 50 years, and is manufactured using the same process that has produced this safe and efficacious product since its beginning.

Regulatory Status

Antares Vitamin E TPGS is in compliance with regulatory standards that facilitate its use worldwide. 

How Supplied

It is commercially available in three grades, food grade (FG), NF grade and SF grade (GMO-Free) in 1kg, 5kg, and 15kg containers. Samples are available upon request.

How To Use

It demonstrates functional utility in a wide range of finished products across several market segments. No matter the application, these useful tips in the basic use and handling of TPGS will facilitate its use in your application. 

Documentation

TPGS Documentation including Certificates of Analysis, Product Data Sheets, MSDS, Statements for BSE/TSE, Allergen, GMO, Kosher, Halal and more can be found on our Documentation page.