• Bioseutica VIV 2017

    We want to welcome you at ViV and to introduce you to our Entegard® products. Bioseutica has designed Entegard® for improved health and growth performance in livestock. Entegard® products are ideally suited to reduce the need for antibiotics in raising your farmed animals. Please visit us at booth PREX-PE01. We will be happy to tell you more about Entegard and what it can do for you.... more

  • Food Safety System Certification FSSC 22000

    Bioseutica has received Food Safety System Certification - FSSC 22000 by LRQA for its plant in Zeewolde. Developed by the Foundation for Food Safety Certification, FSSC 22000 represents a whole new approach to food safety risk management throughout the food supply chain. FSSC 22000 is a complete certification scheme based on ISO 22000, the global food safety management system standard, combined with one of the sector specific technical... more

  • Eisai Assessment Study Lysozyme Japan

    Eisai Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Tokyo, CEO: Haruo Naito, “Eisai”) announced today that its pharmaceutical manufacturing and marketing subsidiary Sannova Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Gunma Prefecture, President: Toru Takekawa, “Sannova”) has submitted an application for reevaluation of the indication of bronchitis, bronchial asthma and bronchiectasis for egg white lysozyme preparation Neuzym® (lysozyme hydrochloride, “lysozyme”). At the same time, Sannova has also... more

  • Albors & Bioseutica partnership in animal health products

    Bioseutica and Albors start a partnership on development of novel feed-additives and animal health products for the Italian market.

    Albors stems from the genuine desire to meet the needs in the livestock industry; in a framework of cooperation with all the existing figures. Taking into account all the factors involved, Albors stands out in providing a complete service. In the arduous path of... more

  • Lysozyme in beer

    Lysozyme is an antimicrobial enzyme that could be applied to counteract those bacterial species which, due to their own metabolic activity, possess notable beer spoilage ability and lead to loss of beer quality. Experiments were carried out to assess lysozyme potential to prevent the growth of beer spoilage bacteria, and to verify the effect of lysozyme on the microbiological stability and sensory characteristics of unpasteurized beer. Eight... more