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What you forgot to mention is that Oxaloacetate is a highly unstable chemical that breaks down when exposed to air or heat, and that it needs to be heat stabilized before you can really use it for anything effective.
This company owns a patent for a heat stabilization technique, which is why they sell the product for a higher price.