Sekaya Moringa Leaf Juice Powder 6:1, 100% Organic

Product Description:

Sekaya Moringa Leaf Juice Extract is 100% soluble. Each kilogram of powder is equivalent to the cold-pressed juice extract of 6 kilograms of 100% moringa leaves. Moringa Oleifera, or simply known as moringa, horseradish tree or drumstick tree, is one of the most nutritious plant food in the world. It is rich in vitamins, minerals and amino acids, especially iron. It is a powerful antioxidant and is packed with plant actives that has been shown to support healthy blood sugar levels and anti-inflammation activity - based on a study with a daily consumption of a cup of fresh leaves, or a tablespoon (5-10 grams) of moringa leaf juice powder. Sekaya Moringa Leaf Juice Powder allows for a higher absorption of nutrients and antioxidants due to the reduction of phytates and anti-nutrients known to reduce the nutrient bioavailability. It has an ORAC-H activity of 12,250 umol TE/100g, and 61.5 umol Quercetin equivalent/100g. It has its own natural sweetness and bright, leafy taste, reminiscent of green tea. Adding a sweetener or juice provides a delightful functional beverage.


200-gram retail pack, 30kg

Product Type:


Market Availability:


Net Weight per Pack:

200 Grams, 30kg


Ingredients/raw materials used:

Organic Moringa, Organic Maltodextrin


Dehydration / Drying



Shelf Life:

24 Months

Major Export Markets:

Canada, Germany, Switzerland, United States of America


FDA-LTO/CPR, Organic, Halal


Kraft Bag, Plastic Bag In Drum

Minimum Order Size:

1 Pallet


Beverages, Beverages

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