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Welcome to FLAVEX Naturextrakte!

We specialize in the high-pressure extraction using natural supercritical carbon dioxide as a solvent.

Our CO2 extracts, derived from herbs, spices and other botanicals, can be used as bioactive ingredients, fragrances and flavors. That way a highly concentrated form of nature enhances your cosmetics, perfumes, food supplements and food products.

Your advantages

Flavex CO2 extracts

Are you considering 100% natural plant extracts for your products? Please have a look at all of our extracts. Most of them are available with organic, halal and kosher certification.

 

Discover the wide range of applications of our extracts

Product stories

Learn interesting details and backgrounds about the origin and efficacy of our products and about our commitment to more sustainability along the entire production chain.
We are able to offer a wide range of solutions for your projects, please feel free to contact us!

Rosmarin und Salbei

Why Rosemary became a Sage

According to new scientific evidence, the relationship between rosemary and sage is surprisingly much closer than originally expected. Therefore, we had to revise the botanical nomenclature. The plant we used to call Rosmarinus officinalis is now called Salvia rosmarinus.

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Arnica montana

Sustainable cultivation farming of Arnica montana in Germany

For already many years, we have been cooperating with partners on various projects to ensure a sustainable supply of the endangered species arnica. Our primary long-term objective is the field cultivation of Arnica montana, and consequently the security of supply for our customers as well as the protection of wild populations.

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Our new website is online!

We are pleased to introduce our new website to you.

In the coming months we will further optimize the content and add new helpful features for you.

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Rosmarin und Salbei

Why Rosemary became a Sage

According to new scientific evidence, the relationship between rosemary and sage is surprisingly much closer than originally expected. Therefore, we had to revise the botanical nomenclature. The plant we used to call Rosmarinus officinalis is now called Salvia rosmarinus.

READ MORE