Amla Berry | Meet the First Extract in NATIVE's "I-Beauty" Range

Have you heard of Amla Berry?

...This India native fruit is just one of the many new species we look forward to launching in our exclusive I-Beauty range, curated in collaboration with our India distributor, United Descaler.

Lisa Carroll, NATIVE EXTRACTS' Director shares her excitement to introduce India to our innovation in Cellular Extraction, "It is our goal to provide India with a new look at what can be harnessed from some of their popular traditional plant extracts – giving India’s brands the opportunity to refresh existing formulations with new plant extract innovations. We look forward to working with the local industry and helping develop new products inspired by the region."

UD’s Managing Director, Mohit Khosla, is enthusiastic for the lauch, "Not only will this new range of Cellular Extracts meet India’s growing demand for plant-based ingredients, but has impacts beyond our industry, benefitting our own eco-footprint and the environment. This range brings a new level of value and recognition to the existing UD portfolio and to all our customers’ formulations.”

Lisa continues, "Ultimately, we aim to establish relationships directly with Indian growers, and later build a Native Extracts hub in India. Our True to Nature India Collection will be a reflection of what India’s brands are looking for, showcasing what is unique about their region and supplied locally – this will also provide opportunities for our global brands to learn new species and profiles from India to incorporate into their stories,"​ said Carroll.

....keep an eye out for some of our expansion plans involving our grower partnerships in Australia soon too!

Check out booth No 15 at Cosmotech
New Delhi 14-15 July 2022

and be sure to say "hi" to our Indian distributor, United Descaler, who will be
launching a selection of NATIVE's Australian Cellular Extract range!


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Phyllanthus emblica (synonym Emblica officinalis)