Budenheim launches new high-purity mineral phosphate facility for nutrition applications

Budenheim, a leading chemical supplier, has unveiled a major expansion of its mineral phosphate production capabilities tailored for sensitive nutrition markets like infant formula, medical foods and dietary supplements.


Budenheim’s Mineral Phosphate

The company’s newly constructed 5,000 square meter “House of Nutrition” production line in Germany represents a 4,400 tonne per year capacity increase and will manufacture ultra-pure calcium, magnesium and iron phosphate ingredients under stringent hygiene standards.

“The specialized ‘House of Nutrition’ facility allows us to produce mineral phosphate products with unparalleled purity levels suitable for even the most vulnerable consumer groups like infants,” said Jorge Flores, SVP of Marketing and Sales. “Our PureMin® calcium phosphate line and forthcoming magnesium and iron phosphates leverage innovative manufacturing processes to minimize contamination risk.”

€57 million investment

The €57 million investment incorporates numerous quality control measures surpassing conventional food-grade specifications. These include an enclosed system with HEPA-filtered air handling, dedicated clean rooms, and strippable inner/outer packaging that maintains product sterility through final blending. Customized particle engineering is also possible to optimize dispersion and sensory properties.

“Our dry mineral phosphate powders can integrate seamlessly into customers’ blending workflows with high microbiological purity assured,” noted Peter de Jager, VP of Sales. “We look forward to partnering with infant formula, medical nutrition, and supplement brands to fulfil their most stringent mineral fortification requirements.”

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