Raspberry extract Raspberry Ketone

Product Name:Red Raspberry Extract

CAS No.:5471-51-2
Part Used:Fruit
Appearance:White Crystal Powder
Molecular formula:C10H12O2  
Molecular weight:164.20

About Raspberry extract

Raspberry powder contains Raspberry Ketone found in raspberries. It is a recent discovery from the raspberry that is already known for its many antioxidant properties, and Raspberry Ketone is proving to be a source of keen interest for many people in the fitness and weight loss world.


Raspberry extract Function:

1.The function of being used as antioxidants – One positive is that raspberries are packed with antioxidants, Rubi Fructus Extract, Raspberry Extract,Raspberry ketones which can help your body in many different ways;
2.The function of increasing energy – In addition to an immunity boost thanks to the antioxidants, you may also see an increase in energy that lasts all day long;
3.The function of burning fat – One of the key benefits of raspberry ketone powder can actually help burn fat faster;
4.The function of suppressing appetite – The other benefit to “ras-tones”are that they can work as an appetite suppressant so you do not eat as much.
5.Raspberry has the function of Weight loss
6.Raspberry can Control your body’s cholesterol and blood pressure levels
7.Raspberry can  Help relieve inflammation.


Raspberry extract Application:

1.Applied in the Pharmaceutical field;
2.Applied in the Functional food field;
3.Applied in the Health products field;
4.Applied in the Cosmetic field.


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Product analysis




Physical Analysis




white crystal  powder



Raspberry ketone glucoside 98%(HPLC)


Mesh Size

100 % pass 80 mesh



≤ 5.0%


Loss on Drying

≤ 5.0%


Chemical Analysis



Heavy Metal

≤ 10.0 mg/kg



≤ 2.0 mg/kg



≤ 1.0 mg/kg



≤ 0.1 mg/kg


Microbiological Analysis



Residue of Pesticide



Total Plate Count

≤ 1000cfu/g



≤ 100cfu/g










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