Nutrafinish®, Fully Formulated Aqueous Dietary Supplement Coatings

Nutrafinish® immediate release film coatings are made specifically for nutritional and dietary supplement products regulated as foods. Nutrafinish aqueous film coating options are available as clear, white or pigmented system that:

  • Ensure a superior finish appealing to consumers
  • Provide efficient and reproducible manufacturing performance
  • Meet market needs for TiO2 free film coating alternatives
  • Can be developed using natural (non-synthetic) colorants

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We offer a range of specialized products and services, including core excipients and custom color-matching with quick access to samples. 

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Nutrafinish®, Dietary Supplement Coatings Designed to Match Industry Needs

Improves film forming capabilities including logo definiton, high tensile strength and excellent adhesion properties.

Core Excipients

Starting with the tablet core, naturally derived starch and cellulosic products provide manufacturers with compressibility, flow, and stabilize moisture-sensitive ingredients. The replacement of multiple core ingredients in the formulation with specialist starch products such as Starch 1500®, Partially Pregelatinized Starch, or StarTab®, Directly Compressible Starch, enables manufacturing simplification through easier flowing blends and direct compression for tableting. These specialist excipients also help to stabilize the core by literally scavenging moisture and reducing the degradation of the ingredients. METHOCEL™ Cellulose Ethers, derived from sustainable cellulose, the most abundant polymer in nature, are primarily used as a binder in formulations, but also play an important role when an extended release product is required.


Tablet design service helping companies worldwide differentiate their products for improved patient safety and brand recognition.

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Unique, confidential service, providing our customers with starting formulations for the immediate and extended release of drug from solid oral dosages.

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