NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS
12 Oct 2018 --- Enzybel Pharma has partnered with Terhormon to “take the lead” on the pancreatin market, while Fermentalg has signed new agreements with the SUEZ group for the... Read More
NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS
30 Aug 2017 --- Today, to follow up the first part of its special report, NutritionInsight looks at innovations in the enzymes space and sees what companies are doing to deal with the tricky issue... Read More
28 Aug 2017 --- As the uses of enzymes become increasingly varied, it is always interesting to find out the exciting places the market for the crucial catalysts is going. Today, in the first part... Read More
04 Aug 2017 --- Enzybel, the enzyme division of Floridienne SA and a premium supplier of plant-derived enzymes, has moved into animal-derived enzymes. The company says the move comes as it has... Read More
16 Jan 2019 --- Enyzbel is focused on the plant- and animal-derived enzyme space and during HiE 2018, Erwin Kooij spoke with NutritionInsight. “We are a moderate-sized company but certainly growing globally. We refine organisms for the nutraceutical, pharmaceutical, food and beverages space and also in pet food. Quite often especially in the food and beverage markets, enzymes are used more and more in order for the end consumer to ingest less chemicals. Our enzyme ingredients are non-GMO, natural substitutes for chemicals that we are seeing a lesser demand for on the market.” The company also hopes to expand their global production capacities in 2019.
25 Jan 2018 --- Enzybel last year announced its move into the animal-derived enzymes space. The company says the move came as it has continued to grow as a premium supplier of plant-derived enzymes, especially for the food and beverage, pet food and nutraceutical industries. NutritionInsight caught up with Erwin Kooij from Enzybel, who spoke about the challenges and opportunities the move has offered the company.
01 Jul 2017 --- Enzybel, the enzyme division of Floridienne SA and a premium supplier of plant-derived enzymes, has moved into animal-derived enzymes. The company says the move comes as it has continued to grow as a premium supplier of plant-derived enzymes, especially for the food and beverage, pet food and nutraceutical industries. As a result, according to a press release, the volumes of these products delivered by Enzybel have grown spectacularly over the last three years.