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Storage environment for hydroxytyrosol suppliers

2023-08-01

  

To preserve the stability and quality of hydroxytyrosol, it is essential to store it in a controlled environment that protects it from factors that could lead to degradation or loss of potency.

Hydroxytyrosol should be stored at a cool and stable temperature to prevent degradation. The ideal storage temperature is generally between 2°C to 8°C (36°F to 46°F).  Avoid exposure to extreme heat or freezing temperatures.

Hydroxytyrosol is sensitive to light, especially to direct sunlight and UV radiation. Therefore, it should be protected from light exposure.Store it in amber glass containers or opaque packaging that shields it from light.

Moisture can cause hydroxytyrosol to deteriorate or form clumps.Store hydroxytyrosol in a dry environment and protect it from humidity or water exposure.

Hydroxytyrosol is susceptible to oxidation when exposed to air and oxygen. It is important to store it in airtight containers to minimize contact with air.

Ensure that the storage environment is free from contaminants, such as dust, dirt, or other impurities, which could compromise the purity of hydroxytyrosol.

Use high-quality, chemically inert containers for storing hydroxytyrosol to prevent any potential interactions or leaching of substances that could affect its quality.

Store hydroxytyrosol separately from other chemicals or compounds to avoid cross-contamination.

Adhere to any specific storage requirements or regulations provided by the manufacturer or relevant regulatory authorities.

Regularly monitor the storage conditions, including temperature and humidity, to ensure they remain within the recommended range.

Implement a FIFO approach for inventory management, using older batches of hydroxytyrosol before newer ones to minimize the risk of expiration.

We aim to maintain the stability, quality, and efficacy of hydroxytyrosol over an extended period, enabling its effective use in various applications, such as dietary supplements, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals.